SHOP: NEW IDEAS OF FUNCTIONAL AND DECORATIVE LIGHTING
By LED Linear
Lighting design: EGIS Strasbourg et Atelier Villes et Paysages Illzach
Product: VarioLED™ Flex NIKE White LD4 SV IP67
Location: Cernay, France
Photos: Ludovic Loewert
Distributor: CKD Eclairage Kingersheim
In French Cernay a bridge was impressively illuminated with a linear LED lighting solution. Therefore the VarioLED™ Flex NIKE was used, which belongs to the VENUS family. NIKE is a high quality opal encapsulated IP67 protected flexible LED design light line that is suitable for a variety of applications. It is especially the absolutely homogeneous light in combination with a small cross-section that characterizes the NIKE and makes it an appealing product. It is ideally suitable for outdoor use due to easy installation and high resistance to external influences.
At the bridge in Cernay the light line has been mounted so that it is invisible to passers-by. The warm and diffuse light ensures a pleasant and uniform illumination of the walkways, whereby pedestrians and drivers are not dazzled. The illuminated bridge provides security and orientation at night and is also an attractive landmark of the city.
For additional information, please visit www.led-linear.com
By GIF Lighting
Located over a lake that teems with swimmers and boaters during the summer, the Ken Burns Bridge can be viewed by motorists, boaters, swimmers and residents around the lake. Elegant, curved arches are enhanced with color-changing light below deck, while above deck, four 50' tall sail-shaped gateways become color-changing nighttime icons, celebrating holidays, seasons, sports victories and special events. The bridge opened to great acclaim, winning the hearts of residents and becoming a local landmark. In addition to the pre-programmed events, the lighting has been used to express solidarity with France after the terrorist attacks there and to mourn Prince's untimely death.
Transparent during the day and visible from all angles at night, the gateway sails welcome motorists and pedestrians to the City of Worcester and Town of Shrewsbury.
By way of a custom user interface and pre-programmed events, the owner can create both static and kinetic color-changing events.