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Mega Plaza Shopping Mall, Peru

Claudia Paz Lighting Studio from Lima, Peru was commissioned to redesign the courtyard of the Mega Plaza shopping center with their unique light concept. In close collaboration with the customer and the architects, a lighting solution was created to enhance this space. There should be something magical added, with regards to the many people who pass through this central place. At the central circulation, which connects the different areas of the mall, gobo projectors were mounted on the street light poles. These, according to the season, project different colored motifs on the floor: in the summer butterflies, in the spring blooms, at Christmas snowflakes, etc. Especially children interact playfully with the projected motifs.

 

Central Plaza at Megaplaza Shopping Mall from Claudia Paz Lighting Studio on Vimeo.

 

Client:
INMUEBLES PANAMERICANA ( Grupo Wiese y Parque Arauco )

Architects:
BMA Estudio + Consultora Metropolis

Lighting Design:
Claudia Paz Lighting Studio

Project Management:
Colmena

Street Lights:
Schreder S. A.

Projection Systems:
53 x PHOS 25 pole mount

Photos:
Silvia Neyra, César Castro

JADES: Shop Windows in Spring 2017

 

Pure White
Lightness / Summer Freshness / Light / Architecture / Landscape / Simplicity / Pureness ...

Stylized leaves from Thamm GmbH build the frame and the eye-catcher for fashion in spring-summer 2017. Trapezoidal aluminum sheets form the "tree crown" ... Geometrical light projections bring the mannequins of the "Tesselation" line and the fashion into focus.


Labels:
Temperley / Galvan / Herve Leger / red Valentino / Stella Mc Cartney / Balmain / Antonino Valenti / Giuseppe Zanotti / Plein Sud / Tabitha Simmons

 

Store:
JADES / Düsseldorf

Concept:
Domagoj Mrsic / sayonara visual concepts

Implementation:
Thamm GmbH, Bonn

Mannequins:
GenesisDisplay GmbH

Light:
Derksen Lichttechnik GmbH

Photos:
Uschi Fellner

A Labyrinth in the Garden of Eden

 

Light art in a Mediterranean setting

On the Côte d'Azur, near St. Tropéz, German lighting artists Detlef Hartung and Georg Trenz installed two location-related projections on a private estate. This recreation site is used by the family and their numerous friends as a meeting point. After sunset, the works called "Wish You" and "I believe in ..." illuminate the exterior with its cork oak forest and the lawn place, that is also used as a heliport.

"I believe in ..." is designed as a labyrinth and declares the sentence "I believe in the idea of ​​the future" in different contexts. The diameter of the projection is about 25 m, the projector is 8 to 30 m away at an height of 3.20 m.

The content: "Wish you" deliberately leaves out the goal of the desire, rather contains all kinds of wishes and is only readable from the perspective of the projector. From other perspectives the projected text dissolves into a cascading light pattern in the surrounding cork oak forest. The image is projected from a distance of ca. 35 to 60 m.

 

Location:
Côte d'Azur, France

Artistic Concept:
Detlef Hartung, Georg Trenz

Projection Systems:
2 x PHOS 65 outdoor

Photos:
Detlef Hartung