We are pleased to have participated in the illumination of the esplanade, including the sculpture by Pierre Rulens, of Eaglestone’s Nautilus project located in Anderlecht, in collaboration with Pierre Rulens, JNC International and Axent Architects. Lighting design: Light-To-Light, client: Eaglestone, architect: Axentarchitects, landscape architect: JNC International, contractor: Imtech (Cordeel group),
Appealing both to contemplation and gathering, Hendrik Conscience Square symbolizes architectural and intellectual treasure for the inhabitants of Antwerp. Indeed, it is a place that is bathed in a peaceful atmosphere with, at its side, a church sublimated by its baroque ornaments, and a library embodying knowledge. The lighting of
The lighting design of this office space ensures that it provides optimal lighting conditions for the well-being of staff, while guaranteeing high energy efficiency. The intensity of the lighting adapts to the wishes of the users and is infinitely adjustable according to the amount of natural light. Several parts of
The municipality of Wezembeek-Oppem has opted for a personalised lighting design, independent of suppliers, for the renovation of the lighting in its sports centre. The lighting of each of the sports halls has been developed among the best solutions on the market, both for their technical and aesthetic qualities and
Berchem-Sainte-Agathe now has a renewed public space that comes to life every night under the impulse of the new lighting. The lighting of this central location in the municipality had to be able to meet the challenge. Its implementation is part of the redevelopment of the church square to provide
The new LED lighting in the large sports hall sets a new record for energy efficiency with a specific installed power of only 0.8W/m2/100 lux! This is a reduction by a factor of 3.75 times less than the old T5 fluorescent tube lighting where more than 3W/m2/100 lux was required.
New LED lighting for the swimming pool in Vilvoorde where sustainable light meets the pleasure of bathers. Results: improvement of the lighting atmosphere and visual comfort, 50% energy savings and 10 tons less CO2 per year for the planet! This relighting project has greatly improved the quality of the lighting.