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1 COMPANY PROFILE 2013 INTERIORS & LIGHTING DESIGN SERVICES
Beirut – Lebanon | P.O.Box T M Doha – Qatar Dubai – U.A.E M M

2 profile IP Design is a Lighting Design firm established in 2007 to provide complete lighting design solutions with a highly creative and professional design service. Our services cover all aspects of Lighting Design ranging from consultancy and value engineering to full design documentation; it includes a numerous variety of building types, interior and exterior spaces as well as facades and structures. We believe that lighting enhances the visibility, utility and visual comfort of architectural spaces. Therefore, our cost-effective designs integrate innovation, flexibility and energy-conscious solutions; always contributing to the success of any project in harmony with its surroundings.

3 design methodology IP Design’s work methodology abides by a set of Values that are critical for maintaining our commitment to Design Excellence : VALUES Independency From Manufacturers IP Design guarantees a total independency from manufacturers, Distributors and Suppliers of Lighting Products Added Value To Existing Designs Integration of Lighting systems that enhance the areas of intervention: Architecture, Interior design, Landscape... Sustainable Design Adopting sustainable design allow for minimal impact on the environment, yet without limiting the creativity/innovation that ensures a high visual quality to the project Budget Limits Cost effective designs as well as the integration of value engineering practice prove to be essential in the documentation & justification of possible options Team Work & Punctuality The lighting design is an essential element part of the planning between the interior designer and the MEP consultant; Or the architect and the landscape designer. Promptness is required to run smooth and avoid possible delays Client’s Interest Lighting enhances the visibility, utility & visual comfort of architectural spaces. Cost effective designs integrate innovation, flexibility and energy-conscious solutions. Always contributing to the success of any project in harmony with its surroundings.

4 Electronic Catalogues Production & Visual Aids
technology & resources IP Design’s structure and resources added to the portable skills & technologies adopted, allow for much needed design & production flexibilities capable of operating anywhere in the world with total mobility: MOBILITY Electronic Catalogues An updated library of aprox. 100 Top Manufacturers Easily accessed from anywhere by the Design Team Lighting Software Specialized Lighting Software: DiaLUX, ReLUX, Lightscape... Production & Visual Aids Complementary Software: 3D Max, Photoshop, AutoCAD, MS Office...

5 LIGHTING DESIGN CRITERIA
lighting design quality Lighting Design Criteria Lighting designs provided by IP Design shall comply with the following criteria: As defined and recommended by European & US Standards methodologies, such as, but not limited to: IESNA Handbook 9th Edition CIE DIN 5035 - A - LIGHTING DESIGN CRITERIA Visual Performance Illuminance Glare Control (UGC) Visual Comfort Balanced Luminance Values Color Rendition Visual Environment Correlated Color Temperature of Light Direction of Light Space Volumetric Modeling

6 lighting design quality
B. Lighting Fixtures Selection The selection of lighting fixtures should take into consideration: - B - LIGHTING FIXTURES SELECTION Installation Environment Temperature & Climate Resistance Protection Grade (IP) & Corrosion Ease of Maintenance Manufacturer’s Technical Support Market Staying Capabilities After Sale Service (Spare Parts & Maintenance) Professional History

7 lighting design quality
C. Lighting Fixtures Locations (Distribution) The lighting designer shall verify that the Lighting Fixtures’ Distribution complies with the following guidelines: - C - LIGHTING FIXTURES LOCATIONS Interference with Other Building Services Lighting Fixtures should not interfere with fixtures from other building services such as HVAC Registers & Ducts, Fire systems (smoke detectors & sprinklers), Speakers, CCTV, Alarm Systems Conduits (cables & pipes), Beams, etc... Clearance & Provisions Recessed Lighting Fixtures shall be compatible with suspended ceiling types (False Ceilings & Decorative Elements), as well as Plenum Depth (A/C Ducts) Accessibility & Maintenance Lighting Fixtures should be well located to ensure easy access for Safety, Maintenance & Bulb Changing Tasks Spacing & Ventilation Lighting Fixtures should have proper spacing to allow for an air gap envelop and ensure good ventilation to avoid fire hazards and heat build-up

8 lighting design quality
D. Energy & Environment Depending on the client’s requirements, the Lighting Designer shall make sure that the lighting systems comply with one or several specific energy and environmental protection programs such as, but not limited to: International Dark-Sky Association and Lighting Pollution ASHRAE/IESNA Standard LEED NCv2.2 CAD Standards The lighting designer shall verify that the CAD Standards comply with the lead consultant’s standards in order to guarantee a seamless integration of the lighting documents into the Tender Documents binder

9 façades lighting designs
selection

10 lebanon

11 bahrain

12 dubai

13 dubai

14 dubai

15 dubai

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17 dubai

18 qatar

19 qatar

20 interior lighting design
sample presentation

21 general layout BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM 3 BEDROOM 4 BEDROOM 1 BEDROOM 5 VOID
BATH BEDROOM 2 DRESS KITCHEN BEDROOM 3 DRESS BATH BATH DRESS ELEC. BATH DRESS BEDROOM 4 LIFT BEDROOM 1 STORE BATH BEDROOM 5 LOUNGE VOID DRESS BATH DRESS LOUNGE SAFE PRIVATE OFFICE LOBBY MASTER BEDROOM SITTING ROOM

22 lighting selection

23 lighting layout sheet The project will be divided into the different spaces that constitute it; where each space will have its own Lighting Layout Sheet comprising the following: Lighting design layout distribution with the relevant Legend (symbol, type, description...) Lighting fixtures selection (pictures, descriptions, reference numbers...)

24 luminaire specification sheet
Each lighting fixture selected will have its own Luminaire Specification Sheet which will include: Description of the lighting fixture Location in the project Picture, Drawings and Photometric data (if available and/or needed) Luminaire Data (manufacturer, model No., finishing, IP, lamp type, wattage...)

25 lighting calculations
Rendering Lux Level Calculation False Color Rendering Lighting Calculations shall be carried on where the Lux Level proves to be critical and/or essential to ensure good visibility, utility and visual comfort of the architectural spaces. It is important to note that the lux level calculations comprise architectural/technical lights and excludes all decorative lighting fixtures.

26 lighting fixtures schedule
All the lighting fixtures selected will be summarized in a Lighting Fixture Schedule (part of the tender Documents) which will include all the needed information in regards to the lighting selection (Type, Area of Intervention, Description, Manufacturer, Model, Image, Number of Lamps, Lamp Type, Load, Quantities...).

27 exterior lighting design
References exterior lighting design PROJECT CLIENT TYPE LOCATION YEAR AL TAL Clock Tower Tripoli Municipality Monument Lebanon 2006 Dana Residential Bldg. N/A Residential Sayah Tower High-Rise U.A.E. EKO Hotel Hotel Africa Al Misnad Villas MZ & Partners Qatar Orchid Tower Agostine & Rapahel Gr. 2007 Al Zahra Hospital Hospital Al Fattan Office Building DSA Architects Int’l. Offices Chelsea Hotel Ocean Heights DAMAC Properties JLT-Z Cluster Nakheel JLT U2 Tower Deyaar Development Paradise Tower Al Balushi Building Mr. Al Balushi Pearl Towers Bahrain The Palace Inn

28 exterior lighting design
References exterior lighting design PROJECT CLIENT TYPE LOCATION YEAR Gulf Air Headquarters Gulf Air Offices Bahrain 2007 Capital Centre Hotel RMJM Hotel U.A.E. 2008 Marina 106 N/A High-Rise The St Regis Hotel (5 Stars) Qatar Kaleidoscope BEAD 2009 Santevill DPG Le Gray (5 Stars) Lebanon Private Palace KSA Residential France 2011 Abdul Hadi Manea Private Villas Q-Light Residential Qatar 2012 Salata Hotel–Double Tree by Hilton Erga/Al Khayat Hotel 2013

29 Engineer’s Office (EO)
References interior lighting design PROJECT CLIENT TYPE LOCATION YEAR Armani Boutique Armani Retail Lebanon 2006 Al Mutairi Villa Khaled Al Mutairi Residential U.A.E. 2007 La Scelta Restaurant Owner Restaurant Fakhro Villa M. Fakhro Bahrain Husseini Villa Hazem Husseini Yateem Villa Sama Yateem Al Saie Villa Bassem Al Saie Nezar Al Saie HHS Majid's Office Engineer’s Office (EO) Offices 2008 Meraas Dev. Office Meraas Inv. Office HHS Hamdan Al Maktoum Villa DuBiotech (GF, 4th, 5th, 18th ,19th) Kling Consult Al Hamra Palace (RAK) Hotel (7 Stars) 2009 HHS Majid Al Maktoum Villa Dominos Pizza

30 interior lighting design
References interior lighting design PROJECT CLIENT TYPE LOCATION YEAR Mr. & Mrs. Tabbah Apartment Nabil Tabbah Residential Lebanon 2010 Patchi - Chocolate Boutique IMC Catering Retail Qatar 2011 Almohannadi Villa Ibrahim Almohannadi 2012 Salata Hotel–Double Tree by Hilton Erga/Al Khayat Hotel 2013

31 COMPANY PROFILE 2013 INTERIORS & LIGHTING DESIGN SERVICES
Beirut – Lebanon | P.O.Box T M Doha – Qatar Dubai – U.A.E M M


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