• Lighting India
  • Dec 27, 2017

The new opera house with its two giant shells at heights of 60 and 90 metres has become the new landmark of the Southern Chinese city of Zhuhai.

  • Lighting India
  • Oct 20, 2017

In all, approximately 662 light points have been implemented to create the stunning lighting effects. The light points are controlled by the advanced light management system, Philips Color Kinetics Light System Manager gen5, which can store multiple preset scenes, creating unique light shows with varied effects like ripple, cross-fade, particle and burst.

  • Lighting India
  • Aug 20, 2017

‘Entertainment lighting’ is a term used to describe ‘Celebration’ concerning architecture, theatres, films, television, concert etc. Traditionally, it has been the most important aspect for adding value to an event that makes it look visually special, unique, iconic and exceptional. Themed designed lighting effects with strong colour impact can help reveal information and enhance the display. Extensive range of lighting sources and equipment’s are used for this purpose. Entertainment lighting is not only restricted to indoor lighting but also effectively used for outdoors. One such example is the lighting project ‘I love bell bottoms’, whe   Read More...

  • Lighting India
  • Jul 27, 2017

The building will be turned energy efficient by retrofitting LED lights inside the building as well as the façade lighting...

  • Lighting India
  • Jul 20, 2016

Philips Lighting illuminates the artistic façade of ‘Le Vérone’ building in Paris...

  • Lighting India
  • Jul 20, 2016

Five years ago, AHL Lighting Technology Limited made 2-facade mesh screens for the ship, even today those screens are attracting business...

  • Lighting India
  • Sep 19, 2015

On the initiative of the Comune di Roma Capitale and Mayor Ignazio Marino, the extensive area of the Fori Imperiali (encompassed by the Capitoline, Palatine and Quirinal hills) is the focus of a major illumination project entrusted to Professor Vittorio Storaro.

  • Lighting India
  • Sep 19, 2015

The stone renaissance façade of the Church of San Bernardino was designed by Cola dell'Amatrice between 1524 and 1542, and shows three orders with very different decorative styles: the first Doric, the second Ionic and the third Corinthian. Four sets of double columns subdivide the façade vertically, creating a charming and harmonious design of nine sections over three levels. The lighting for the façade is characterised by two different methods of illumination.