The effect was created using LED linear tubing,
assembled in a grid that follows the diagonal lines of
the structure. The strips are invisible by day to preserve
the visual integrity of the exterior, and the light emerges
seamlessly as darkness falls. Almost five kilometres
of tubing was used to cover the 5,300-square-metre
Atelier Dada, responsible for the lighting design,
programmed the light as an architectural element to
enhance and emphasise the buildings’ unusual form.
The irregular curve of the blocks and the two different
viewing angles made this a challenge.
The LED strips can be lit individually to create
sophisticated compositions, including moving
displays, colour sequences and illuminated words – or
even silhouettes of moving figures.
At the rear of the complex, the variously sized,
large square openings of the exterior light up at
night, combining with the illuminated plaza, street
furniture, staircases and greenery to present a colourful
Exposed concrete ceilings, light
grey tiles, and glass dividing
walls create a warm, inviting
ambience for employees