JLL chooses KSCAPE for ‘human-centric’ space
Thursday, 15 September 2022
kscapeJLL’s new office in Singapore
Singapore - Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), a commercial real estate service provider, has established its new office in Singapore in the Capita Spring building. The project is a step in the longer journey of upgrading JLL’s technology across its APAC offices.
The Platinum WELL certified space at Capita Spring was designed to be “human-centric”, with a sense of community and dedicated areas for staff to socialise. Amenities to enhance these spaces include a barista-hosted coffee bar and beer tap that is complementary to all staff.
To build the next generation of offices, JLL wanted to optimise every aspect of their new 23,592sq.ft space to create a groundbreaking human centric workplace. One of those areas was sound. RAIL has been installed around the open plan office to provide deep scientific biophilic soundscapes by Moodosnic proven to reduce heart rates and improve creativity according to the London University.
Even the meeting rooms required a human centric design philosophy. When designing the space they wanted to create a minimalist space, decluttered with various technologies and keep it simple for employees to plug-in and go. JLL installed RAIL in six of their meeting rooms.
Small meeting rooms included 2x RAIL units connected seamlessly together while the larger rooms used four symmetric linear. Every room had RAIL suspended from the ceiling underneath a Shure beam steering microphone.
The audio was powered by one KA-02 amplifier and one KU44 subwoofer for optimised speech performance without noticing there are speakers in the room.
”We worked together with KSCAPE and Shure to find a way to reduce the technology on the ceiling, therefore minimising aesthetic distractions while providing the technology required to deliver an optimum video conferencing performance,” says Colin Quek CEO - Loud Technologies
“With RAIL we were able to solve a number of challenges in one product. It worked very well with the beam steering microphone and the system can be configured to account for a standing or seated audience. This was perfect for us because we did not want to make meetings any more complicated for users and reduce the clutter of technology that you see in many spaces. It also saved on wiring, installing and drafting,” adds Thomas Riby, KSCAPE brand manager.

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