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Denver International Airport
Denver, Colorado

  • project Denver International Airport
  • client DIA
  • architect Gensler
  • general contractor Kiewit

Denver Inter­na­tional Air­port (DEN) is not only the 18th busiest air­port in the world, it is also one of the most envi­ron­men­tally respon­si­ble air­ports in the world. The Ter­mi­nal Rede­vel­op­ment Pro­gram was launched in 2011 to increase the over­all pas­sen­ger and air­craft han­dling capac­ity at the air­port. In 2014, DEN retro­fit­ted their lights with energy-effi­cient LED fix­tures. By replac­ing the exist­ing lights with energy-effi­cient LED lights, we will reduce Denver Inter­na­tional Airport’s energy con­sump­tion and save a sub­stan­tial amount of money over time,” said Kim Day, Denver’s Man­ager of Avi­a­tions.

The Selux Ritorno Round Asym­met­ric was used for its unique use of light. It pro­vides an indi­rect shade that cre­ates uni­for­mity and vir­tu­ally shad­ow­less illu­mi­na­tion with extremely low glare.

  • Ritorno by Selux uses indirect lighting to produce uniform, shadow-free distributions while creating a comfortable ambiance. Uniquely-designed shades on Ritorno, help block light from off-site glare. Use Ritorno individually on a pole or combine light engine and shades into unique configurations. The Ritorno LED retrofit kit can replace less energy-efficient modules without the need for complete new fixtures.
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