Office

We work with architects, M&E consultants and fit-out contractors to deliver complete lighting solutions.

 

Design and consideration for lighting in office design is continuously evolving thanks to the advancement of LED lighting and control technologies.

Now more than ever, our clients want to use lighting to improve the working conditions for their staff and the overall energy efficiency of workplaces. Standards of office lighting are upheld by industry regulations, but it is driven by some of the more progressive companies who lead the way in finding new design ideas, that promote well-being and productivity amongst their staff.

Award Winning UK Manufacturers

At GDS we manufacture and customise luminaires straight from our Bristol based facility, and can easily tailor products to compliment all aspects of the lighting design.

Office lighting typically supports a blend of daylight and artificial lighting, the varying needs of staff and business aspirations, with our in-house design and product engineering skills, no part of a space is forgotten.

 

Lighting Regulations and Standards

Our lighting designs and product specifications will always meet LENI (Lighting Energy Numeric Indicator), SSL (Society of Light and Lighting) regulations and Part L Building Regulations as standard, and are continuously reviewed for every office lighting project that we undertake.

Designing with daylight in mind, complying to the CIBSE (Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) LG7, LG10 and LG12 standards ensure that the needs of people are considered, every step of the way.

 

Everyday Lighting Control

A GDS lighting scheme will always consider users at its heart, delivering lighting to task areas that are glare-free and is conducive to the productivity of staff and break-out lighting that allows employees to have spaces in which they feel they can relax or socialise.

OurĀ  LED and control system technology will ensure that lighting is reactive to external influences and produces significant energy savings compared to the replaced scheme.