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PUB - Department Store, Stockholm, Sweden The project was to re-design PUB, the oldest department store in Sweden. Formerly a rather anonymous city galleria, PUB is changing into a modern department store focused on fashion for a young, urban, internationally orientated target group. Lighting plays a significant role in the project, balancing the historical roots with a modern, constantly changing content.

Mikael Silkeberg

The lighting design concept for the cupola aimed to emphasize its role as a natural centre point of the department store. The architectural design allowed for an interesting play with light, shape and movement. By changing the colours, the intensities and the speed of the dynamics of the 500 RGB LED light fittings that are hidden in the construction, the cupola transforms into a living element that breathes light.

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Client Atrium Ljungberg Stockholm, Sweden Architect BAU Arkitektur, Hans Birkholz, Ulrika Lundgren, Stockholm, Sweden Lighting Design Kai Piippo, Clara Fraenkel, Paul Ehlert Ljusarkitektur, Stockholm, Sweden Light sources Inside the circular niches created in the ceiling: Philips iColor Cove, ColorBlast 12 Powercore, linear high intensity LED luminaire RGB

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