Architectural & Decorative Lighting
A major European city wanted to illuminate a 1700-meter long river embankment. They chose 11,000 Light Engines blue and amber ClearBeam LEDs, grouped in 840 system luminaries set two meters apart. The system luminaries are placed in immediate proximity to the water.
The Moscow city government recently embarked on a major restoration program of the city's most important monuments, including the central "Europe" square. The exciting design redecorated the square's fountains with dynamic LED effect illumination.
When redecorating the headquaters of a large television broadcasting company, the lighting designer chose colored illumination with dynamic lighting effects. An Light Engines solution was chosen incorporating over 15,000 ClearBeams arranged as 440 clusters of 34 LEDs each.
The client wanted to install a computer controlled 10-meter diameter LED clock at the very top of the "Millennium Tower" office building, 100-meters above a very busy commercial center. This unique highly visible clock was implemented using 25,000 Light Engines ClearBeam LEDs.
Built in the beginning of the 20th century (1909, architect F. Shekhtel), the mansion is one of Moscow's best examples of neoclassic style. To highlight and embellish this historical monument the city government chose LED illumination.
As a part of preparation for the New Year's celebration, a major European city received 7 new LED Christmas trees. The city government embellished 6 conventional style Christmas trees with LED decorations. One art deco Christmas tree, a 9 ton metallic construction, had branches made of polycarbonate tubes with LED stripes inside.