|location||Bad St. Leonhard, Austria|
|Architect||Atelier Volkmar Burgstaller, Austria|
Biologically effective light in Geislinger's new office building not only increases the well-being and concentration of employees, it also supports their circadian rhythm. In order to achieve the optimal spatial effect, the sources of light remain invisible as they are placed within the acoustic plasterboard ceilings. The LFO lens developed by Bartenbach concentrates each beam of light within an 8cm-large opening in the ceiling.