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Module 3 and 6 units. during the day the lighting wasn’t required Project Details
Although not immediately visible, the steel to make such an impact as the night time Tower Bridge Walkway, London
Client: Tower Bridgeframe lattice structure of the walkways lighting. However, in the winter months and
Lighting Design: Eleni Shiarlis Lightingforms a pattern, which then flips about half on a gloomy London day, the track lighting
Contractor: Creative-Light & Powerway down. Shiarlis was required to take an provides adequate light for the thousands of
Photography: Chris Christoforou
extremely methodical approach to lighting tourists passing through. Lighting Specified
this with her own pattern in order for it At night both the event and exhibition Tryka LED (Module 3 & 6 RGB LED units with bespoke brackets),
to work. Each walkway was split into four lighting had to work simultaneously and in Commercial Lighting Systems (50W 350° rotational track mounted
dimmable spotlight system; 50W medium beam pin spot), Modesections with the south end of each section unison.
Lighting (Control)dedicated as a pre- and post-dinner destina- Following the success of the panoramic
tion and then later in the evening, dancing high-level Walkways scheme, Eleni Shiar-
and entertaining. In this area there was a lis Lighting has also been commissioned
higher concentration of LED luminaires with to work on three further historic areas of
a slightly altered pattern to the rest of the Tower Bridge: the Majestic Victorian Engine
lattice, creating a more intense lighting Rooms, The Bridge Master’s Dining Room
experience to suit the party mood. and the North Tower Lounge.
The exhibition lighting had to perform three The resultant scheme has met with the
tasks that could be controlled independent- obvious approval of David Wight, the Direc-
ly from each other: light the permanent tor of Tower Bridge, “The event lighting
tourist information boards; light the tem- has created a range of stunning effects
porary exhibitions that move and change in which exceed our high expectations and will
size; and light both the poseur and dining delight our corporate and private clients
tables for the evening events. whose events will be greatly enhanced. The
The lighting scheme in the Tower Bridge walkwaysWorking closely with Commercial Light- solution of lighting the structure instead
has been designed to work for both exhibitions and
ing Systems, a 50W 350° rotational track of the space and skillfully integrating the special events
mounted dimmable spotlight system was purpose built fittings within the depth of
chosen with a 50W medium beam lamp to the metal beams in the Bridge structure is
pin spot the tables. both innovative and subtle.”
Due to there being so much natural light www.eslightingdesign.co.uk
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