In one of the office spaces of my facility there were 2x2 architectural troffers installed in a hard lid ceiling with no ceiling access during a renovation. It is roughly a 15'x15' space with 4 desks, and one light over each desk. When the renovation was done a ceiling mounted motion sensor was the only means of switching installed for these lights. Some of the employees cant stand the direct light over their desks. They are content with the natural light from outside, and nearby lighting in the rest of the office surrounding them, some however want the light. Even though there is a decent amount of light during the day i would not feel comfortable disconnecting lights as it may present hazards in the morning and late afternoon. The best way to make everyone happy would probably give them each their own override switch for the light over the desk, but i'm trying to prevent turning this into a full blown project. Does anyone know of any kind of universal 2x2 troffer diffuser that would work in an architectural style troffer? or maybe some kind of filter? My other thought is to just replace them with a standard 2x2 with a softer temperature with a diffuser, it just seems like drywall work will be inevitable at that point with how they were installed. Its in a space that will not be able to be shut down for extended periods of time. Any thoughts are appreciated. Thank you.