The 20,000m2 green building named after the first Estonian female professor and pharmacist, Alma Toming, is architecturally charmingly dynamic, spacious, and filled with intriguing space solutions that pay a deep tribute to engineering achievements and organically create a light-filled environment.
The distinctive contours of the facade are illuminated by over a thousand meters of Inventronics LINEARlight FLEX Diffuse Side LFD400S lights. Indoors, a pleasant atmosphere is fostered by four kilometers of Inventronics FLEX Shortpitch TF1000S LED strips.
Installed and configured by Halored, the Traxon e:cue SYMPHOLIGHT lighting control system oversees the collaboration of hundreds of sensors and thousands of lights operating on the DALI-2 protocol. The system continuously adjusts the light output of the fixtures imperceptibly in response to various parameters such as movement-presence, natural light, time of day, season, etc.
Halored | See the world in a new light.