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031 BRIGHT BRIDGE


Moscow-based lighting design practice Smart&Bright has completed a scheme for the Zolotoy Rog Bridge in Vladivostok, Russia. The Zolotoy Rog Bridge was one of two bridges along with the Russky Island Bridge built in preparation for the 2012 APEC summit. Construction of the bridge began on the 25 July 2008 and the bridge was officially opened on 11 August 2012. The lighting scheme is hopefully due to be implemented in the coming months. White LEDs light the pillars with blue light on the pillars’ inward surfaces giving the effect of a shadow. The scheme has four different working scenes: ‘evening’, ‘night’, ‘weekend’ and ‘celebration’ with the option of colour changing and searchlights for special occasions. www.smartbright.ru


OH MAN!


acdc have landed a major project, lighting up Muscat International Airport in Oman. The contract, valued in excess of £5 million, sees acdc supplying over 8,000 Evolution, 31,000m of Fino, 2,000 Eclipse and 1,000m of Integrex fittings by the end of 2014.


acdc and its distribution partners Zubair in Oman and Kelvin Lighting in Scotland have worked closely with lighting design practice LDPI, to find the most appropriate solution for the brief which involves the lighting of the exterior façade and landscape of the newly built airport’s surrounding site and vehicular approaches, together with all interior lighting of public areas. The development of the airport is the largest project to ever be undertaken in the history of Oman. The existing airport which was designed back in 1973 has now reached its maximum capacity and the design of the new airport aims to meet the nation’s passenger growth numbers. The new terminal is due to be completed by 2014 and will have the capacity to handle 12 million passengers annually, with future expansion plans already in the pipeline to eventually accommodate 48 million passengers. www.acdclighting.co.uk www.ldpinternational.com


THE BEAUTIFUL GAME With the countdown to the 2014 World Cup well underway, the Corinthians Stadium in Sao Paulo will demonstrate the most innovative stadium lighting with pitch lighting by OSRAM that will last for 3,000 football matches. 350 R3 MAXI floodlights by Siteco will light the playing field in combination with HQI-TS high flux metal halide lamps by OSRAM. The LED panel on the external facade, with around 34,000 LED dots by Traxon installed into glass facade panels, will make it the largest stadium LED screen in the world. The entire external and access area of the Corinthians Arena is lit by OSRAM, for example in the access tunnel, on the parking lots and the façade lighting. www.osram.com


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