Patterns of light in Goodwin’s offices in Boston’s Seaport District create an iconic presence for the all-glass building’s anchor tenant.
The lighting design for the fit-out of Goodwin’s Boston office serves as a unifying force across the eleven floors. Elements such as open feature stairs with integrated luminaires and recognizable patterns of downlights connect the many levels.
Lighting also supports programmatic requirements while also creating a high quality visual environment. For example, linear slot lights arranged in intricate patterns meet video teleconference needs while also creating interesting spaces for in-person meetings. A high level of coordination among Atelier Ten, the architect, and luminaire manufacturers was necessary to implement the architecturally-integrated design successfully. The lighting contributed to the fit-out’s LEED CI Gold certification.