LYNETTEN LYNETTEN The Danish Lighting Design Award 2012.
DANISH LIGHTING DESIGN SPECIALISTS
Sludge incineration plant ‘Lynetten’ is located on the eastern waterfront of Copenhagen’s inner harbour. The location makes the plant clearly visible for the people who are visiting the city´s tourist attractions along the western waterfront, and particularly for those who are entering the Architect: harbour on a yacht or cruise ship. The client wished that the beauty of Lynetten’s industrial character would be communicated by means of light during night-time. Paying respect to Lynetten’s unique architectural features and particularly ensuring a low energy consumption solution were main requirements defined by the client. Architect: CREO Arkitekter
ENERGINET Energinet’s new head office was planned with a focus on minimizing energy consumption in relation to cooling and lighting. Rambøll Lighting performed all the daylight, sunlight and energy studies of Energinet’s new offices. The artificial lighting and the lighting controls are designed to complement the daylight availability. Architect: Hvidt & Mølgaard A/S
NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL LIGHT SHAPE OUR EXPERIENCE OF SPACE AND ARCHITECTURE. LIGHTING DESIGN CAN ENHANCE THE AESTHETIC OF A BUILDING OR OUTDOOR SPACE AND OPENS THE POSSIBILITY FOR NEW EXPERIENCES BY DAY AND NIGHT. THE LIGHT SETTING CAN INVITE PLAY OR INSPIRE PEACE, SECURITY OR BALANCE.
Langelinie foot and bicycle bridge. An elegant blade of light, traversing several railway lines and a road, connects one of Copenhagen’s main tourist areas with the bustling Østerbro district. Architect: Bystrup Architects
At Ramboll Lighting we combine the latest international knowledge of lighting design and technology with solid engineer practice. We have highly qualified specialists, to cover all aspects of any lighting project. Our experience is very broad and includes everything from city master plans to lighting design for museums or commercial buildings. We undertake small and large projects for public and private sector clients. Our consultancy is impartial and always takes the wider perspective.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF DENMARK
National Gallery of Denmark closed its skylights due to new fire restrictions. Rambøll Lighting designed an artificial skylight that gives more even light distribution than the original daylight openings. This formed the backbone of a comprehensive lighting scheme for the refurbished gallery.
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Architect: Erik Møller Architects
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STAVANGER CATHEDRAL The second prize in city.people.awards competition for 2012. Rambøll Lighting won first prize in the international competition initiated by Stavanger City Council for the lighting design of the Norway’s oldest church, the surrounding buildings and city park.
Vladan Pa unovic, Lighting Designer v firstname.lastname@example.org +45 5161 8601