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PROJECT / TERMINAL 3, SHENZHEN BAO’AN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, CHINA

PROJECT DETAILS Terminal 3, Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport, China Client: Shenzhen Airport (Group) Architect: Studio Fuksas Architect of Record: Beijing Institute of Architectural Design Lighting Design: Speirs + Major

LIGHTING SPECIFIED ERCO 70W Parscoop surface mounted washlight ERCO 20W & 35W Quintessence round recessed downlight ERCO 70W & 150W Lightcast downlight ERCO Compar 18W CFL recessed downlight BEGA 70W HIT under canopy downlight Oldham Prodigy cold cathode Zumtobel TECTON Tetris continuous fluorescent system Encapsulite MT50 linear fluorescent batten Encapsulite SLB T5 Staggered Link Batten Encapsulite T5B dimmable batten Philips Color Kinetics ColorReach Powercore gen2 Philips Color Kinetics iColor Cove MX Powercore Louis Poulsen Nimbus exterior ground recessed uplighter Intralux Kove T5 linear fluorescent batten iGuzzini iRoll 65 150W HIT surface mounted downlight iGuzzini MaxiWoody surface mounted floodlight iGuzzini Deep Minimal recessed CDMR 111 downlight iGuzzini Linealuce inground recessed linear fluorescent Philips Selecon Pacific 45-70 Zoomspot gobo projector OSRAM Linearlight Flex 4000K white Light Projects Minor 4 surface mounted 35W uplight Rosco Litepad HO LED edgelit flat panel Thorn Arrowslim 2 x 21W T5 dimmable fluorescent batten

neous visual a link between the plane and the terminal. HIGHLIGHT TO ‘PAUSE’ AND ‘ORIENTATION’ FEATURES In order to aid wayfinding and improve legibility of the space, key orientation features, and places where people make stops on their journeys such as the gates, furniture, and gate signage are highlighted with intensities of light. These clear and well-defined zones allow passengers to understand quickly how such a large space works and how it relates to their individual journey plans. Softer lighting treatments are used at waiting zones, and a luxury experience in the WCs adds comfort to the passenger experience and creates calm spaces to rest on the journey through the airport. The amount of light on the perimeter faces of

DEUTSCH Im Oktober 2008 wurde Studio Fuksas beauftragt, einen neuen 24-Stunden-Travel-Hub zu schaffen, der für die geplanten 45 Millionen Passagiere pro Jahr geeignet ist. Speirs + Major wurde aufgrund ihres stetig wachsenden exzellenten Rufs im Bereich Beleuchtung von Luftverkehrsprojekten gebeten, die Beleuchtung für die öffentlichen Bereiche zu entwerfen. Ihr Schwerpunkt liegt auf Ausgewogenheit zwischen dem pragmatischen Licht, das die Personenbeförderung zwischen Straße und Luft unterstützt, und dem spektakulären, das die Form aufdeckt und das Image des ikonischen Designs betont. Nach einer bemerkenswert schnellen Bauphase von nur 3 Jahren wurde der erstaunliche neue Terminal im November 2013 eröffnet. Es scheint, als ob das Gebäude in seiner Lagunen-Umgebung schwebt. Es weist ein einzigartiges Dach mit doppelter wellenförmiger Schicht auf, das um das 1,5 km lange Gebäude gehüllt ist, unterbrochen durch Tausende von sechseckig geformten Oberlichtern. Diese Oberlichter

the concourse was studied to improve views out to the apron level beyond, thereby increasing the visual connection between the airport interior and exterior zones. LIGHTING CONTROLS The lighting ‘looks’ associated with an allday lighting experience are very important. At the earliest stages of the lighting design process the impression created by natural and artificial lighting was carefully considered, balancing the image and energy use at all times of the day. The latitude of Shenzhen means that the natural light circle is quite consistent throughout the year, but the quality of the light changes with the humidity of the seasons. In this case daylight sensors override timed programs to select the most suitable lighting ‘look’. There is no doubting the extraordinary na-

ermöglichen die Filterung des natürlichen Tageslichts im gesamten Terminal und kreieren eine Unzahl an Licht- und Schattenmustern, die die Innenflächen animieren. Das im Dach verwendete Bienenwabenmotiv wird intern auf den Flächen wiederholt, der Lichteffekt wird durch eine vorwiegend weiße und verspiegelte Edelstahlpalette unterstrichen.

ITALIANO Nell’ottobre 2008, Studio Fuksas ha accettato la sfida di creare un nuovo centro di viaggi, aperto 24 ore su 24, che avrebbe gestito i 45 milioni di passeggeri previsti all’anno. Per progettare il sistema luci delle aree pubbliche ci si è rivolti a Speirs + Major, che si sono sempre più occupati di illuminazione per progetti nel settore dell’aviazione. Il loro obiettivo consisteva nel creare il giusto equilibrio tra l’aspetto pragmatico della luce, che aiutasse il percorso dei passeggeri da e per la strada che porta all’aereo e quello più “ spettacolare “ che rivelasse la forma e migliorasse l’ immagine del design iconico.

ture of the building’s shape and form. The bold confident architecture symbolises the ambitions of Shenzhen better than any other civic building in the city. The lit image and function of the building is equally extraordinary, bold and confident. Concealed architectural light balanced with human scale light interventions create a visually exceptional but extremely functional lit environment. The lit image does not dominate function, but neither is the opposite the case - as can be found in many world-class airports. The careful use of energy, the selective use of architectural lighting and the determination to deliver elegant yet simple lighting details creates a very successful lit project worthy of the building and ambition of the City of Shenzhen. www.speirsandmajor.com

A seguito di una notevole rapida fase di costruzione durata 3 anni, il nuovo splendido terminal è stato inaugurato nel novembre 2013. Anche se sembra librarsi nel suo ambiente lagunare, l’edificio dispone di un tetto, unico nel suo genere, ondulato a doppia pelle avvolto intorno al lungo edificio di 1,5 chilometri e costellato da migliaia di lucernari dalle forme esagonali. Questi lucernari consentono di filtrare la luce del giorno in tutto il terminal, creando una miriade di modelli di luci ed ombre che animano le superfici interne. Il motivo a nido d’ape utilizzato per il tetto è ripetuto sulle superfici interne con l’ effetto di illuminazione che viene esaltato da una palette in acciaio inox in gran parte bianca e riflettente.

ESPAÑOL En Octubre de 2008, se le encomendó a Studio Fuksas el desafío de crear un aeropuerto central con actividad las 24 horas que pudiera manejar un proyectado de 45 millones de pasajeros al año. A Speirs + Major, respaldados por un pedigrí en constante crecimiento en iluminación para proyectos

de aviación, se les solicitó que diseñaran la iluminación para las áreas públicas. Su foco recayó en crear el correcto equilibrio entre lo pragmático - la iluminación que asiste al viaje del pasajero hacia y desde su camino al aire - y lo espectacular revelando la forma y resaltando la imagen del diseño icónico. Luego de una notablemente rápida fase de construcción de 3 años, la imponente terminal nueva se inauguró en Noviembre de 2013. Al parecer estar sobrevolando la laguna, el edificio presenta un techo ondulante único de doble revestimiento envuelto alrededor del edificio de 1,5 Km de largo, enfatizado por miles de tragaluces hexagonales. Estos tragaluces permiten que la luz natural se filtre a través de toda la terminal, creando una infinidad de patrones de luces y sombras que animan las superficies del interior. El motivo apanalado utilizado en el techo se repite en el interior sobre las superficies, con el efecto de iluminación resaltado por una gama, en gran parte de blanco y de reflectante acero inoxidable.

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