Conservation Embassy — scientific and educational center for laboratory experiments, thematic conferences, lectures and seminars. The pavilion also houses the Florarium - a multilayer greenhouse with artificial climate for growing plants in air.
Lighting designed for the Embassy was supplemented by elaboration of a management system. Lighting scenarios are programmed in time and operate automatically, with all groups of fixtures controlled separately, e.g. during events.
General lighting of the hall is provided by uniform light on the floor being not too conspicuous, and linear pendant lamps located between the ceiling rails emphasize the direction and strengthen the dynamics of the lines.
The florarium spiral is the сentral element of composition and space, so it is highlighted more vividly. Spotlights with elliptical optics located on the track system give the extended light spiralwise to make its geometry more readable from the outside.
Spotlights above the tables create lighting accents, highlighting the speakers’ area in the conference room.
Handpicked luminous flux and placement of lamps on the ceiling give the necessary level of illumination on the tables and floor, providing comfort for carrying out scientific experiments and studies in laboratories.