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PROJECT / OLIMPIYSKIY STADIUM, KIEV, UKRAINE Ring of fire...


Philips lighting was awarded the dif- ficult task of installing a floodlighting system around the Olimpiyskiy Stadi- um’s fiberglass membrane roof. The company’s Ukrainian office involved its European colleagues and partners to help create the ‘ring of fire’ effect on the roof’s inner edge.


maintenance gantry that runs around the in- ner opening of the roof. Some are directed upwards to cover the inner third of the roof, but without spilling over the edge (so avoiding excessive light pollution). Others cover the remaining expanse of ceiling. These have an asymmetric radiation geom- etry, enabling long distance illumination, so that even the outer roof regions are suffi- ciently illuminated. The lower border of the beam angle runs horizontal to the fixture to avoid affecting the LED screen or producing spectator glare.


The fixtures are DALI dimmable to ensure they can be matched with each other and with a second set of fixtures that light the roof’s outer edge. The latter are metal halide spots positioned around the inner tower gallery.


Conceptlicht provided further lighting throughout the stadium including corridors, washrooms and VIP areas.


For the stand seating, truss mounted linear fluorescent asymmetric dimmable DALI luminaires, with front glass and matt black diffuser are suspended along the roof gan- try. These are designed to provide the lower tier with an average illuminance of 5 lux. Although not all of Conceptlicht’s specifica- tions were realised in the final installation,


DEUTSCH DEUTSCH


Das ursprünglich 1923 erbaute Olympiastadion in Kiew wurde im Vorfeld der Euro 2012 einem umfan- greichen Renovierungsprogramm unterzogen. Nach den Plänen des Architekturbüros GMP wurden die unteren Ränge des Stadions überarbeitet, Pressek- abinen und VIP-Tribünen zusätzlich angelegt und eine neue Bedachung für die Sitzbereiche installiert. Die Außenbeleuchtung des Stadions und die Be- leuchtung und des öffentlichen Innenraumes wurden von Conceptlicht beaufsichtigt. Das Stadion hat eine “sehr offene” Fassade. Die Außenwände bestehen aus einer Reihe von horizo- nalen Gitterstäben. Die zweihängige Unterseite der oberen Ränge des Stadions ist durch diese Konstruk- tion hindurch sichtbar. Die rechtwinklig an den First- linien angebrachten Neonlichtbänder sorgen für eine gleichmäßige Beleuchtung ohne Schlagschatten. Um den Blick auf die beleuchteten Verstrebungen nicht zu behindern, wurde auf eine direkte Beleuchtung


Angerer is pleased with the general result, particularly the character of the façade. “We are very satisfied with the outer con- course of the stadium, because it could be lit from a position at the roof edge, without having light cones on the columns, which would have affected the total appearance of the stadium in a negative way,” he says. This insistence on allowing the inner structure of the stadium to shine through, successfully emphasises the importance of the action within and helps the venue sit comfortably within the surrounding urban space. www.conceptlicht.com


PROJECT DETAILS


Olimpiyskiy Stadium, Kiev, Ukraine Client: Sports Arenas of Ukraine Architects: GMP


Lighting Design: Conceptlicht Installation: Elektronnyi Svet (Electronic Light Ltd) LIGHTING SPECIFIED


1,200 x Schréder Cubo luminaires - public areas 600m Schréder LEDbeam - upper tier public seating 640 x custom designed Schréder - roof lighting 280 x Schréder Tubulus Maxi


1,350 x Osram OS Golden Dragon Plus LED modules - handrails


As a multipurpose sports arena for both football and athletics, the stadium has bespoke lighting to cater for differ- ent needs. With eight racetracks, Long Jump sectors, Javelin and Hammer Throw areas, Shot Put grounds, as well as areas for Pole-Vaulting and High Jump, Philips provided the stadium with two lighting designs: one for the football field, and one for track and field sports. The floodlighting now illuminates the football field, race- tracks and all other areas in accordance with FIFA1, UEFA2 and GAISF/IAAF3 standards for broadcasting football matches, and athletic competitions on television.


The lighting system installed has seven switch-on and illumination regimes, with a maximum of 2400 lux. The system includes 608 Philips ArenaVision sport floodlights in total.


der Stadionfassade verzichtet. Das Membrandach des Stadions wird mit Hochleistungs-Doppel Neon- leuchten illuminiert, die am umlaufenden Gerüst entlang der zentralen Dachöffnung angebracht sind. Ein Teil des Doppels leuchtet die Unterseite des Daches aus, der andere Teil ist quer über das Dach gerichtet.


ITALIANO


Originariamente costruito nel 1923, lo Stadio Olim- pico della capitale ucraina di Kiev è stato sotto- posto ad un intenso programma di ristrutturazione all’avanguardia fino a Euro 2012. Seguendo i progetti realizzati dallo studio GMP Architekten, il basamento inferiore dello stadio è stato ridisegnato, sono stati aggiunti i settori per la stampa e per i VIP ed è stata installata una nuova copertura per proteggere la tri- buna. All’esterno dello stadio e negli spazi pubblici interni l’illuminazione è stata supervisionata da Con- ceptlicht.


Lo stadio ha una facciata molto ‘aperta’. Il lato esterno


è costituito da una serie di barre orizzontali. È visi- bile attraverso queste barre il basamento inferiore, munito di creste, della gradinata dello stadio. Le strisce fluorescenti dimmerabili sono state mon- tate perpendicolarmente a tali creste, dando loro un’illuminazione equilibrata senza ombre scure. La facciata dello stadio non viene illuminata diretta- mente in modo da non interferire con l’effetto delle creste illuminate. La copertura a membrana dello stadio viene illuminata da coppie di lampade fluo- rescenti ad alto rendimento posizionate sulla strut- tura di sostegno che corre lungo l’apertura centrale del tetto. Una delle due lampade punta verso l’alto nella parte inferiore del tetto, mentre l’altra è diretta verso il tetto.


ESPAÑOL


Construido originalmente en 1923, el Estadio Olím- pico en la capital Ucraniana de Kiev experimentó un extenso programa de renovaciones al aproximarse la Euro 2012. Seguido a la preparación de los planos


por parte de los Arquitectos GMP, se rediseñó el nivel inferior del estadio, se agregaron boxes VIP y para la prensa y se instaló un nuevo techo para cubrir el área de los asientos. La iluminación de la parte ex- terior del estadio, así como de los espacios públicos internos, fue supervisada por Conceptlicht. El estadio posee una fachada muy abierta. La pared exterior está hecha de una serie de barras horizon- tales. La parte inferior surcada del nivel superior de asientos del estadio se hace visible a través de estas barras. Hay tiras fluorescentes regulables que se encuentran ubicadas perpendicularmente a estos surcos dándoles una iluminación uniforme sin fuertes sombras. La fachada del estadio no está iluminada en forma directa para no interferir con el aspecto de los surcos iluminados. El techo de membrana del estadio está iluminado por pares de luces fluorescentes de alta potencia ubicados en la estructura de soporte que recorre la apertura central del techo. Uno, en los puntos de arriba de la parte inferior del techo y el otro está di- reccionado a través del mismo.


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