Tailored lighting control for Commodity Quay
Delmatic is supplying a comprehensive lighting management system for the new Commodity Quay development at St Katherine’s Dock in the heart of London. The system uses a range of Delmatic products to ensure the lighting control is precisely tailored to the needs of each space.
Commodity Quay provides over 180,000 square feet of state of the art office and leisure space in a vibrant waterside marina environment close to Tower Bridge. The eight storey building provides Category A office space, along with a range of amenities, all within a sustainable design to minimise the environmental impact of operating the building.
The system controls, manage and monitor lighting throughout the building. Lighting in tenant office areas, reception and the landlord’s core areas uses DALI addressable luminaires linked to a central control system through DALI Buswire and DALI plug-in modules. In office areas the control strategy combines presence and absence detection with daylight dimming in perimeters zones. Presence detection is also used in the landlord’s and toilet core areas to provide demand controlled lighting.
Lighting in the reception and entrance areas is controlled by Dali scene-setting modules and panels, so that different lighting scenes and ambiences can be selected to suit times of day, special events etc.
In addition to monitoring and controlling the main lighting, the Delmatic system also provides Dali monitoring of emergency lighting throughout landlord’s areas.