Majestic ceiling lights just a few steps away from the Palais de l’Elysée…
Under the artistic eye of interior architect Eric Gizard, the Quadrilatère agency, which specialises in interior design and office spaces, entrusted Brossier Saderne with the creation of the imposing ceiling lights which now decorate the prestigious offices of the American law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP in Paris.
Thank to its experience and savoir-faire, the lighting designer pulled out all the stops in order to meet the aesthetic and technical demands of the project.
Thanks to its internal research department, the experience of its workshop teams, the quality of the materials chosen and the use of a collaborative approach, the lighting company created two ornamental large-scale ceiling lights which have now been installed in the magnificent offices in the Palais de l’Elysée district in Paris.
The most imposing of the two ceiling lights offers a brushed brass finish and a slender structure with a width of 9 metres and is composed of natural oak wood on either side. It offers dual LED lighting, one with a direct source and the other an indirect source, positioned towards a beautiful decorative ceiling which dates back to the 19th century. The other ceiling light, which also has a brushed brass finish, measures no less than 7 metres in length and is composed of 18 geometric shaped cups fitted with LED lighting.
In addition to the aesthetic quality of these two ceiling lights, the project also responds to a new approach to the quality of light using the DALI protocol. This digital technology allows us to control the lighting for optimum comfort to suit the desired ambiance. Various control scenarios have been fitted to the lighting fixtures in order to ensure optimum light usage including light intensity control and even lighting ambiance memory.