Segment: Food Store
Location: London, United Kingdom
Partner: Shoplight Ltd
Lighting design: White Canvas Studio Pictures
Project Manager: SLE studio - Michal Elečko
Description: EAT decided to launch a completely new store concept. At EAT Finsbury Pavement, London, the core idea was to take customers through an illuminated journey. Shoplight powered by SLE delivered an inspiring lighting solution using technical innovations such as DALI lighting controls and state-of-the-art LED modules.
THE LIGHTING SOLUTION
The store is divided into differently illuminated lighting zones. At the entrance, lighting is quite bright to welcome the customers and draw attention to the take-away products. Progressively, the light level is decreasing according to the purpose of individual areas. Feature lighting creates warm and home-like atmosphere in the seating area and individual booths are illuminated for a relaxing ambience.
The key luminaire used in the store is Elys track spotlight with high colour rendering index 90. Its main advantages are colour stability 3-4 SDCM, optical system with efficiency of up to 94%, well-performing forged heatsink design and thermally protected driver. Elys Food with a chip GOLD+ is installed above the counter to highlight the freshness and crispiness of cakes, pastries and bakery products. Four different luminaires then supply general lighting and complete the creation of desired atmosphere in specific areas.
Visualisations of all sales areas in 3D rendering (on the left) and false colour rendering (on the right):
Lighting Management System
Thirty-six out of forty-eight luminaires come with integrated or remote DALI drivers. These provide a single interface for all light sources and controllers. They enable correct functioning of dimmable ballasts, transformers, relay modules, pre-set lighting scenes, and increase the overall user-friendliness of the management system. Also, they allow EAT to create reports about the current status of the luminaires, and thus decrease the maintenance costs. Movement sensors are installed in the corridor and toilet area to contribute to energy saving. Lighting in the office and store area is controlled by a push-button control panel. Moreover, the system includes an emergency kit, which can provide for 3h illumination in the case of blackouts and power cuts.
Pictures and visualisations in 3D and false colour rendering of individual sales areas:
Entrance, take-away area and the counter:
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