2011

HERMES
HEADQUARTERS
MILAN

Project:
Hermes Headquarters, Milan

Client:
Hermes

Architect:
Gianluca Saibene

Location:
Milan, Italy

Categories:
Corporate

Surface:
610 sqm

Photographer:
Leo Torri

The concept for the new offices of Hermes was revolving around natural light and its full presence and filtering inside the spaces. The lighting project caught this intention and elevated it through the selection and layout of the lighting fixtures.
In order to introduce the sunlight as much as possible into the internal parts of the plan, apart fro the white finishings refecting the light the project is characterised by transparent or sandblasted glass separators instead of opaque wall sets.

During night time, articifial light integrated in these glass elements, transform them in luminous surfaces adding an interesting visual feature to the space.
Designing light in office spaces is of course also dominated by the proper ceiling lighting fixtures that guarantee the absence of glare and the presence of the necessary illuminance levels for providing a comfortable workplace.
Intervening in a minimal space requires also clean and neat lighting gestures, executed with high quality details.
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