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    The Royal Pavilion enhanced by

    dynamic lighting

    Lighting the Royal Pavilion

    See how dynamic architectural lighting enhances the Royal Pavilion in Brighton.
    Brighton Pavilion 2

    This new

    lighting scheme lits  

     

    the Royal Pavilion a way that this iconic and unique building deserves''

     

    Bill Randall, former Mayor of Brighton & Hove

    Brighton Pavilion 3
    Brighton Pavilion 4

    Customer challenge

     

    The previous lighting was switched off in 2009 following constant failures. In developing the new lighting it was key to ensure that the installation did not result in any physical or structural changes to this historic building.

    Brighton Pavilion 4

    The right lighting 

     

    The new sustainable architectural lighting has enhanced the night time appearance of the building. The previous floodlighting failed to really bring the Royal Pavilion to life.

     

    The new lighting provides depth and definition, revealing the natural stone colors of the rendering of the Royal Pavilion at night and creating a golden hue which represents the grandiose nature of the Palace.

    Benefits

    Benefits Brighton Pavilion
    • ColorBlast Powercore BCP472
      ColorBlast Powercore BCP472
      ColorBlast Powercore high-performance LED fixtures combine rich, saturated, wall-washing colour and colour-changing effects with simplified installation. ColorBlast Powercore offer...
      • Superior output of vibrant coloured light
      • Versatile positioning
      • Compatible with industry-leading controls
    • iColor Flex MX gen2
      iColor Flex MX gen2
      iColor Flex MX gen2 is a multi-purpose, high-intensity strand of 50 full-colour LED nodes for generating extraordinary effects without the constraints of luminaire size or shape. i...
      • Flexible strings fit nearly any architecture
      • Unmatched flexibility to customize node count and spacing
      • Twice the brightness of previous generation, at same power level

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