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PROJECT / FULLERTON PAVILION, SINGAPORE Pic: Alistair Chia


Multiple vertical lighting segments enhance the form of the architecture reflecting on to the water making it the jewel in the crown of The Fullerton Heritage project.


PROJECT DETAILS The Fullerton Pavilion, Singapore


Client: Sino Land company Limited – Far East Organisation Architect: DP Architects Lighting Design: Light Cibles


LIGHTING SPECIFIED


LED Linear: 16m Vario LED Flex Venus RGB for the main entrance of the Fullerton Pavilion; 290m Vario LED Flex Basic White for the Fullerton Pavilion mullion / façade lighting; 220m Vario LED Flex Venus W827/ A SV for pathway lighting, panoramic terrace and the taxi river kiosk; 140m Vario LED Aton 2 W827/A IP67 for access ramp and Pivoted Bridge Lumascape: 24 x LED VEDI uplighter


Pic: Brice Schneider


of the PCB surface and its small structural height. “We put large copper plates underneath the LED, directly where the heat is generated. Those dissipate the heat quickly and widely,” explains Michael Kramer, managing director of LED Linear. Throughout the installation three different lighting fixtures from the Venus series were used: warm-white Vario LED Flex Venus front view strips were introduced as the main lighting features of the curved façade skin. Integrated into the vertical frames, the LED strips are subdivided into five sections following the glass modules and spanning the entire height of the facade. This allows individual control of every individual section of the LED strips to maximise the dynamic


DEUTSCH DEUTSCH


Mit seiner beinahe ausschließlich aus Glas beste- henden Fassadenhaut bietet der Fullerton Pavilion eine großartige, ungestörte Aussicht auf die Marina Bay Skyline von Singapur. Die Struktur treibt in den Gewässern der Marina Bay auf einer Plattform und ist mit dem Rest der Fullerton-Entwicklung durch eine schwenkbare Brücke und ein Deck verbunden. Das Projekt mit einer Investition von 7,1 Millionen S$ ist eine Zusammenarbeit zwischen der Archi- tekturfirma DP Architects and Light Cibles aus Singapur und einem französischen Beleuchtungs- designbüro unter der Leitung von Vater und Sohn Louis und Emmanuel Clair. Der Pavillon hebt sich als ‘funkelnder Diamant’ mitten auf dem Fullerton Heritage Ausbau mit durchdachter Integration der Fassadenbeleuchtung ab. Eine Zusammenstel- lung vertikaler ‘Lichtlinien’ wird als wesentliches Fassaden-Beleuchtungselement verwendet. Die vertikalen Lichtlinien sind nahtlos in das Gefüge


Pic: Brice Schneider


potential of the lighting scenarios. Concealed warm-white LED strips - the Vario LED Flex Venus side view and the Vario LED Aton2 in aluminium profile series - were also introduced to the external circulation including the grand staircases and pivoted bridge. This lighting approach provides safe and glare-free illumination of the circulation areas without taking attention away from the dome structure. RGB LED strips Vario LED Flex Venus RGB TV were applied to the main entrance portal. Schneider explains, “We set up a RGB- version with different colours around the main entrance. That way we are able to colour-coordinate with specific events or with the interior design.” Both white and RGB LED strips can be


integriert, das die zeitgenössische Form der Struk- tur unterstreicht und ihr nachts eine ins Auge springende und funkelnde Erscheinung verleiht. Venus LED-Streifen des deutschen Herstellers LED Linear wurden als Lösung für die spezifischen An- forderungen des Projekts identifiziert, da die hohe Flexibilität der Streifen die Anpassung an die ge- schwungene Form der Fassade ermöglicht.


ITALIANO


Con la sua facciata quasi interamente in vetro, il Fullerton Pavilion offre magnifiche vedute pan- oramiche della Marina Bay di Singapore. La strut- tura galleggia sulle acque di Marina Bay su una piattaforma ed è collegata al resto del complesso di Fullerton da un ponte girevole. Con un investimento di 7,1 miliardi di dollari di Singapore (4,38 miliardi di euro), il progetto rappresenta una collaborazione tra uno studio di architettura di Singapore, DP Ar- chitects, e Light Cibles, un gruppo di professionisti francesi specializzati nella progettazione della luce


iGuzzini: 5 x LED bollard - panoramic terrace planter Simes: 14 x Step lighting 1.5W warm white emergency staircase Ligman: 34 x Jet 20 20W metal halide warm white


controlled and dimmed individually to allow programming of variable lighting scenarios. These scenes are intended to provide smooth transitions, creating a fully dynamic yet elegant lighting show. “As easy as it is to get carried away by modern lighting technology, warm white light is predominantly chosen over colour- changing RGB lighting solutions throughout the pavilion structure,” states Schneider. “Colour temperature and intensity of lighting are carefully employed to complement the elegant surroundings of The Fullerton Heritage development. Dynamic lighting effects are introduced during special events and occasions with rather graceful transitions.” www.light-cibles.com


guidato da Louis e Emmanuel Clair, padre e figlio. Il padiglione spicca come un “diamante scintillante” al centro del complesso di Fullerton Heritage con un’attenta integrazione dell’illuminazione della facciata. Come principale elemento di illuminazione della facciata è stata utilizzata una composizione di “linee di luce” verticali che, perfettamente in- tegrate nella cornice, enfatizzano lo stile contem- poraneo della struttura conferendogli, di notte, un aspetto vistoso e scintillante. Le strisce luminose a LED Venus, del produttore tedesco LED Linear, sono state identificate come la soluzione alle specifiche esigenze del progetto, in quanto l’elevata flessibil- ità delle strisce ha permesso il loro adattamento alla forma arrotondata della facciata.


ESPAÑOL


Con su fachada hecha casi enteramente en cristal, el Fullerton Pavilion brinda magníficas y abiertas vistas del contorno de Marina Bay de Singapur. La estructura flota en las aguas de Marina Bay sobre


una plataforma y se encuentra conectada al resto del desarrollo de Fullerton mediante un puente piv- ote y un deck. Con una inversión de S$7.1 millones, el proyecto es una colaboración entre la firma de arquitectura de Singapur, DP Architects, y Light Cibles, profesionales Franceses de diseño en ilu- minación a cargo del equipo de padre e hijo, Louis y Emmanuel Clair. El pabellón se destaca como un diamante destellante en el corazón del desarrollo Fullerton Heritage con una atenta integración de la iluminación de la fachada. Como principal elemen- to de iluminación de la fachada se utiliza una com- posición de líneas verticales de luces. Las líneas verticales de luces se encuentran homogéneamente integradas en el marco dándole énfasis a la forma contemporánea de la estructura y dándole una apa- riencia vistosa y destellante en el horario nocturno. Las tiras de Venus LED del fabricante Alemán, LED Linear, fueron identificadas como la solución a los requerimientos específicos del proyecto ya que la alta flexibilidad de las tiras permitieron la adap- tación a la forma curva de la fachada.


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