The ground floor houses the waiting halls and investigation rooms with a further five floors containing executive departments and the Judicial Innovation Centre. Classified rooms, function areas and the customer experience centre were lit with LuxFrame luminaires providing a significant décor element as well as illumination to the architectural interior spaces.
LuxFrame is a minimalist LED luminaire designed for suspended ceiling grid applications, installed around the ceiling tile maintaining the integrity of the ceiling, or can be suspended as a stylish pendant.
VIP offices and executive corridors were illuminated with linear arrays of Contour luminaires, optimised for efficient and uniformed glare-controlled lighting. Contour can be suspended or recessed creating seamless runs of cost-effective LED lighting with the added benefit of 100,000 hours maintenance-free operational life. Platinum and Palladium downlights were used for circulation spaces and IP65 rated robust Climate weatherproof fittings were used in service rooms & car parking areas with Atlas bulkheads used for the amenity applications.
The Dubai Prosecution Building aims to be complete by the end of this year and will be an iconic building on the creek frontage. Whilst meeting energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness criteria, the luminaires will also be part of the contemporary and architectural interior décor of the building, an open and shut case in favour of well-engineered luminaires enhancing the lit environment at the new Prosecution Building in Dubai!