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OLYMPIC GAMES / BEYOND THE PARK


Left Custom Leaderlight LL Arc Spot 18 5000K fixtures with 10 and 30 degree lenses were mounted on the crosstrees and the tops of all three of the masts.


Left Erco Logotec LED track mounted spots illuminate informtion panels around the exhibition


feature wall constructed from layers of Perspex packed with loose tea-leaves. A suspended walkway provides a level floor and easy passageway through the hull space. 65m of bespoke RGBW strip with ad- justable brackets by LED Lighting Products are installed beneath this walkway washing the hull wall. A variety of exhibition elements have been created within the space for which lighting plays a key role. Above a tea chest exhibit, fourteen bespoke 300mm strips by LED Lighting Products are run in a ripple chase to evoke light filtering though flapping sails. Davey sandblasted marine mastlights are mounted as downlights on stanchions throughout this level, dimmed to 50%. Erco Logotec LED track mounted spots illu- minate information panels around the room. On the next level up - the ‘tween deck’ - Epistar 3000K flexible strips in a bespoke opal acrylic containment provide overhead ambient lighting. Low-level wash lighting of the hull walls is provided by bespoke LED strips concealed behind the spirket- ing planks that run between hull and deck. Object lighting in this zone is provided by


Flos Mini Faretto adjustable spots with a shortened 70mm stem and retrofit GU10 LED lamps.


Up on deck, custom Leaderlight LL Arc Spot 18 5000K fixtures with 10 and 30 degree lenses were mounted on the crosstrees and the tops of all three of the masts. These were focused at the masts and rigging, half of them focused upwards the other half down towards the deck. Underneath the pin rail running around the edge of the deck, Epistar LED strips were installed for way- finding during nighttime events. All lighting provided by the Interpretation team is controllable by a Pharos LPC2 1024 channel, two universe DMX controller. In the lower hold, which can be converted into a small studio theatre space, this is switch- able between the Pharos and an ETC Smart- fade ML theatre lighting desk to provide maximum flexibility.


The new centre was reopened by the Queen in May this year as part of her diamond jubilee celebrations. www.wspgroup.com www.luminance.co.uk


PROJECT DETAILS


Cutty Sark, Greenwich, London, UK Client: Royal Greenwich Museums Architect: Grimshaw Architects Service Engineer: WSP UK Ltd


Interpretation Lighting: Luminance Lighting Design Pics courtesy of Erco and Andy Grant


LIGHTING SPECIFIED 16 x Erco Focalfloods


22 x Erco Logotec LED track mounted spots Erco LED Cantax track-mounted spotlights 128 x custom Leaderlight LL Arc Spot 18 5000K IP65 49 x Leaderlight LL Flood Wash 230 RGBAW 100m Epistar IP 65 5000K LED strip Epistar 3000K 10w per m flexible strip 10 x Crescent 600mm Wall Washer Neutral White 52 x Flos Neutron 37 deg 3200K 16w Power LEDs 17 x Flos Mini Faretto


2 x Endo Ledz -7, 4700K 33 deg spot 1 x Modular Asy Lotis


24 x Davy sandblasted marine mastlights


1 x Pharos LPC2, 1024 channel, two universe DMX controller Sammode Niepce 70 995mm tubular luminaire Encapsulite T5 Stick-Lite Display Lighting Philip Payne - emergancy exit signage Whitecroft ACF Duralite T5 Thorn Arrowslim T5


4D Lighting Low energy ceiling recessed down light. (incl Megaman fluorsecent lamp) WILA handrail lighting


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