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Far left top Event lighting on King René tower casts a dreamlike glow across the lower courtyard.


Far left below Walkways along the Fort walls and the façade of the Georges-Henri Rivière buidling illuminated by LEC Lyon Saint-Jean and Ligny fixtures.


Centre top and below The Georges-Henri Rivière building sits on the upper level of the fort. In ground luminaires mark a walkway through the Garden of Migrations.


Left Event lighting bathes the lower courtyard in a blueish white, evocative of bright moonlight. The I2MP building, to the right of the picture, is clad in a grillework façade, thrown into sillhouette by internal lighting and asymetrical, directional LED fixtures mounted on the support structure.


PROJECT DETAILS Fort St Jean, Marseilles, France


Client: Ministry of Culture OPPIC (under the control of DRAC) Architect: Carta Associés Landscape architect: Agence APS Landscape Lighting Design: L’Agence Lumière Interior Lighting Design: 8’18” Museographer: Zen+dCo


LIGHTING SPECIFIED Exterior Effects lighting:


70 x Martin Pro Exterior 400 Image Projector 6 x Martin Pro Exterior 410 RGBW projector 13 x Martin Pro Tripix Wash 11 x Martin Pro Tripix 1200


Exterior Architectural Lighting LEC Lyon 4040 Luminy 4 Spotlight - terraces LEC Lyon 5716 Allevard ground recessed spotlight - vegetation LEC Lyon 5635 Ligny lightbar - facade LEC Lyon 5760 Passy recessed fixture


Pic: © Xavier Boymond & L’Agence Lumière


LEC Lyon 4330 St Jean recessed fixture - wall light for walkways LEC Lyon 4240 Havre - indirect lighting


LEC Lyon 1750AC Bourgogne ground recessed marker-light - terrace banisters


LEC Lyon 1843G Carquefou ground marker-light - walkways LEC Lyon 5640 School Light- handrail for stairs LEC Lyon 5620 Bruneï submersible LED - fountain


EXTERIORS


As an important part of the Fort Saint Jean redevelopment process, a new exterior lighting scheme was developed by L’Agence Lumière.


Their approach was threefold. Firstly, they focused on accentuating certain parts of the structure in order to reveal its historic char- acter after nightfall. Secondly, they worked with landscape architects Agence APS, to illuminate a new Garden of Migrations – a botanical history of the Mediterranean Basin constructed within the walls of the Fort. As well as picking out selected foliage among the various flora, lighting draws visitors along a new footpath that runs through the Fort complex, linking via the Fort’s two floating footbridges to the J4 and Le Panier district of the city. LED fixtures from LEC Lyon proved the mainstay of the lighting


fixtures on the Fort, providing a pallet of fixtures with the proven robustness required to endure the elements.


The final element of the scheme involved the addition of Martin Professional event lighting to create an almost fantastical dreamlike quality to the the footpaths and courtyards. As the sun sets, a hot white light slowly envelops the Fort. This then shifts imperceptibly towards a more blue- white that mimics bright moonlight. The intent here was to provide a sense of calm in which tourists and locals could enjoy an evening promenade. Controlled by a Martin Pro M2GO control console, all exterior lighting remains active until 1am when, by law, it must be switched off. www.8-18lumiere.com www.agence-lumiere.fr


Exterior Lighting Control


Martin Pro M2GO lighting control console M-PC console


Interior ‘Village’ museum lighting Erco OPTEC LED spotlight Dali


Firalux Occhioled RD 3.6W LED Micro-projector Firalux Occhioled Micro-projector


Firalux Rubanled Double M aluminium profile LED ribbon Interior Georges Henri Rivière buidling


Erco Hi-trac light structure incorporating a 54W fluorescent Erco Quintessence LED 21W recessed spotlights Artemide Castore pendant with spherical diffuser Sammode Niepce 40 tubular luminaires with 28W T5 fluores- cents on stairways


Formalighting 8114 and 8304 recessed 70W metal halide spotlights


Interior I2MP building


Regent No Limit 54W T5 fluorescent wall light Trilux Inperla recessed downlights and wall fluorescent 32W with rim cover


Trilux 504 Series suspended linear fluorescents 28W T5 with low luminance louvre optics


LEC Lyon LEC5640 6W LED luminaire Sylumis LED strip


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