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Lighting Design: New Projects
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By LED Linear
Lighting design: Liz West Product: XOOTUBE™ HYDRA HD15 Customer: The Met Location: Bury, UK Photos: Jim Stephenson Fabrication: M3 Industries When The Met opens its doors in December 2016, following a £4.6 million refurbishment, at the centre of the historical building will be a newly commissioned art installation by internationally renowned artist, Liz West. The installation, Sevenfold, will mark the completion of this project to transform one of the North’s leading cultural live music, theatre and arts venues located in the heart of Bury.
The site-responsive piece will inject vibrant colours and a sense of illusion into the magnificent entrance and staircase of the Victorian neo-classical building. Light is very important to Liz’s work, and this is a space that is flooded with natural light, which Sevenfold will draw upon to highlight the architecture and magnificence of The Met’s 1840s architecture. Sevenfold takes its reference from Newton’s rainbow sequence of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. Seven (six prisms in the main installation plus one mini above the reception desk) individual and vast prisms have been created that use mirrors to further radiate colour and reflect elements of the beautifully restored architecture. As visitors ascend the staircase they find themselves at eye level with the artwork, giving the chance to marvel Sevenfold at its luminous best.
David Agnew, artistic director of The Met, says, “We wanted to celebrate the light and sense of rejuvenation that the restoration of this stunning building has opened up and embraced. The vision of this project is to use the past to illuminate the future, which Liz’s piece perfectly embodies. As people enter the building they’ll be able to enjoy the visual spectacle of Sevenfold as it radiates against the vastness and intricacy of the Victorian plasterwork.”
Liz West says, “I am delighted to be given this opportunity to make my first permanent installation, it is an honour to be asked to make a new work in such an magnificent and multi-purpose setting. The light-based, theatrical and immersive nature of my work ties in perfectly with The Met and the buildings use. I hope that visitors enjoy my work for many years to come and are able to see new elements within the installation every time they look at the piece.” Liz lives and works in Manchester, having studied at Glasgow School of Art. Her commissions and residencies have included: Bristol Biennial; Natural History Museum, London; Castlefield Gallery New Art Spaces, Manchester; Royal British Society of Sculptors, London; National Media Museum, Bradford. In 2016 Liz was shortlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize and the Lighting Design Awards.
For additional information, please visit www.led-linear.com
By iLight Technologies, Inc.
“Visual images” lined with iLight Plexineon White fixtures add excitement in the main floor elevator lobby, as well outside the elevators on each floor.
Plexineon is installed in the wall and ceiling to create a 3D effect.
Blending Art with Science
Plexineon Invites Discovery Inside Space for Laboratories
Located in the shadow of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Sidney Research Campus is a study in new thinking.
The three-building, 340,000-square-foot campus was formerly a dated-looking home to one large life sciences tenant. But a recent metamorphosis has transformed it into modern office and laboratory space for a variety of smaller biotech companies. To support the tenants’ breakthrough work, the firm Arrowstreet designed the common areas inside and out to be sleek and sophisticated. In one building, that includes using “visual images” lined with iLight Plexineon White fixtures. Installed so they are offset against the ceilings, the fixtures create a 3D effect in the main floor elevator lobby, as well outside the elevators on each of the building’s four floors.
“A big issue was how to make these long, L-shaped corner spaces fun and exciting.”
– D. Schweppe, Principal, Schweppe Lighting Design, Inc.
The Design Challenge
“A big issue was how to make these long, L-shaped corner spaces fun and exciting,” says D. Schweppe, principal of Schweppe Lighting Design, Inc., which collaborated with Arrowstreet.
“We talked about creating light slots, an idea the designer originally had conceived. They had imagined 2-inch slots. If we used Plexineon, we could get a much narrower profile, down to under 1 inch. We explained that the narrower width would provide more of a highlight than just a light fixture — a better fit with their concept of keeping things clean and elegant.”
The challenge was incorporating the fixtures into existing wood paneling. “There was a lot of coordination between iLight, the manufacturer’s representative, the general contractor, and the electrical contractor,” Schweppe says. “We needed to be sure everything was installed in the correct order: the ceiling support system, then the Plexineon fixtures, then the ceiling.”
“We built a mock up that further revealed ways to get the effect we wanted — where to place the drivers and how the fixtures would sit in relation to the panels. “We really wanted them to align or sit back, so there wouldn’t be flash off to the side — so we would actually have a line of light, not a blob.”
The Plexineon Advantage
While lines of light were the goal, reflection was considered a plus because it would help create more dimension, Schweppe says. And the quality of the light is just as he expected, after using Plexineon successfully on several other projects.
iLight’s service was just as important this time around. Schweppe says, “iLight was very helpful in offering advice and coordinating how we would work within the support system – how to fit things into the channel to ensure the precision needed for the lines of fixtures to be consistent. They also provided the proper hardware to keep the depth consistent. That was a big advantage, and everyone is very pleased with the final result.”
It was a challenge to make the long, L-shaped corner spaces fun and exciting, while also incorporating the fixtures into existing wood paneling.
Plexineon’s narrow profile was consistent with the design concept to keep things clean and elegant.
More information is available at www.ilight-tech.com
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