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078 PROJECT / ASTRUP FEARNLEY MUSEUM, OSLO, NORWAY


The ‘Sneak Peak Tower’ is lit using Anolis ArcSource products in conjunction with a Pharos Control system. A canal runs through the centre of the museum’s buildings, with the tower creating a waterside landmark.


LED streak fixed to the glass and the glow from the interior light creates a stunning evening lighting scheme. When the interior light is turned off inside the museum the roof becomes dark, and 7 ETC gobo pro- jectors light up, placed on a 12 meter high pole to light up the roof surface perfectly with no spill light around the facades. An LED-installation on the roof was par- ticularly useful given the long lifetime offered, meaning the museum would not have to incur the cost of regular roof-top lamp replacements. 130 metres of narrow beam, (6°), cool white LED-flex from Calco Fibre-optics was used on the roof space. Several projectors from ETC were also installed in the roof space in order to create an impressive night-time effect. The exterior architecture is complimented by an impressive 72-metre steel and glass


DEUTSCH


Die innovative Struktur im Astrup Fearnley Museum befindet sich am Wasserrand, mit Blick über den Osloer Fjord. Renzo Pianos RPBW waren mit der Ge- staltung des Gebäudes beauftragt. Nach Einbruch der Dunkelheit wird das Kunstwerk mit Hilfe eines Beleuchtungsdesigns beleuchtet, das von ÅF Lighting bereitgestellt wird. Das fünfzehn Meter hohe Dach war in Bezug auf die Kosten besonders schwer zu beleuchten. 130 Meter schmalstrahlige (6°) LED-Flex aus kühlem Weiß von Calco Fibre-optics wurden im Dachbereich verwendet. Verschiedene Projektoren von ETC wurden ebenfalls im Dachbereich instal- liert, um nachts einen beeindruckenden Effekt zu erschaffen. Die Außenarchitektur wird ergänzt durch den eindrucksvollen 72 Meter hohen Turm ‘Sneak Peak’ aus Stahl und Glas. Für die Beleuchtung der Struktur werden 127 Bogenquellen 3, 6° RGB von Anolis sowie drei Bogenquellen 36, 6° Cool White (Kaltweiß)-Leuchten, ebenfalls von Anolis eingesetzt.


tower. Originally called the ‘Icon Tower’, the name of the structure was changed to ‘Sneak Peak Tjuvholmen’ in recognition of its impressive viewing platform. The struc- ture was lit using 127 Arc Source 3, 6°RGB, from Anolis as well as three Arc Source 36, 6°, Cool White fixtures also from Anolis. The fixtures on the tower are controlled using a DMX with a Pharos control system. LED lighting was also used inside the gallery itself, despite some initial concerns. In spite of the initial doubts it was found that LED actually gives the best colour rendition, in comparison with lighting alternatives and therefore generates the best reflection of the artwork on display. Zumtobel fixtures were used in the gallery interior, compli- menting the stylish insides of this most modern of modern art museums. www.afconsult.com/lighting


Die Leuchten auf dem Turm werden über einen DMX mit einem Kontrollsystem von Pharos gesteuert. Eine LED-Beleuchtung wurde ebenfalls in der Galerie selbst benutzt. Zumtobel-Befestigungen wurden im Inneren benutzt, die das stilvolle Innere dieses mod- ernsten der Museen für moderne Kunst ergänzen.


ITALIANO


L’innovativa struttura che ospita il Museo Astrup Fearnley è situato sulla zona costiera, con vista sul fiordo di Oslo. La progettazione dell’edificio è stata affidata al RPBW, lo studio internazionale di proget- tazione di Renzo Piano. Dopo il tramonto, la creazione architettonica è illuminata per mezzo di una proget- tazione di illuminazione fornita da ĂF Lighting. Il costo per la costruzione del tetto, alto 15 metri, è stato par- ticolarmente elevato e perciò l’opera si è rivelata di difficile realizzazione in termini di costi. In presenza di 130 metri di travi strette (6°), per lo spazio del tetto è stato usato un led a luce Bianca fredda della Calco


PROJECT DETAILS


Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo, Norway Client: Astrup Fearnley Museum Architects: Renzo Piano RPBW Lighting Design: ÅF Lighting


LIGHTING SPECIFIED Interior


1147 x Zumtobel IYON M32W LED, 2000lm, 4000K, CRI 90 94 x Zumtobel IYON M 47W LED, 3000lm, 4000K, CRI 90


Roof


7 x ETC Source Four XT, projector, 150W HIT, 5200K 130 metre - Calco Fibre-optic KLLK, 6° cool white LED-flex


Tower


127 x Anolis ArcSource 3, 6° RGB 3 x Anolis Arc Source 36, 6°, Cool White Pharos Control system


Fibre-ottiche. Numerosi proiettori forniti dalla ETC sono stati installati nello spazio del tetto per creare un impressionate effetto-notte. L’architettura esterna è arricchita dall’imponente torre “Sneak Peak”, alta 72 metri, realizzata in ferro e vetro. La struttura è sta- ta illuminata per mezzo di 127 Arc Source 3, un RGB 6° della Anolis, da tre Arc Source 36, 6° nonchè da in- stallazioni Bianco Freddo della Anolis. Le installazi- oni realizzate sulla torre sono controllate per mezzo di un DMX con un sistema di controllo Pharos. Sono state inoltre usate delle illuminazioni Led all’interno della galleria stessa. Delle installazioni Zumtobel, in grado di coordinarsi con gli eleganti interni di questi museo fra quelli più all’avanguardia nell’ambito dell’arte moderna, sono state usate per gli interni.


ESPAÑOL


La innovadora estructura que alberga al Astrup Fearnley Museum se emplaza a orillas del agua con vistas sobre el fiordo de Oslo. RPBW (Renzo Piano)


fue designado para el diseño del edificio. Al ano- checer, el arte es iluminado a través de un diseño de iluminación suministrado por ÅF Lighting. En térmi- nos de costos, fue particularmente muy complicado iluminar el techo de quince metros de altura. Para el espacio del techo se utilizó 130 metros de rayos angostos, (6°) de luz fría LED-flex de Fibras Ópticas Calco. Además se instalaron, en el espacio del techo, varios proyectores de ETC para crear un impactante efecto nocturno. La arquitectura exterior es comple- mentada por la impactante torre Sneak Peak de 72 metros de acero y cristal.


La estructura fue ilumi-


nada utilizando 127 Arc Source 3, 6°RGB de Anolis así como también tres artefactos Arc Source 36, 6°, de luz blanca fría también de Anolis. Los artefactos de la torre son controlados utilizando una DMX con un sistema de control Pharos. Dentro de la propia galería también se utilizó iluminación LED. En el interior se utilizaron artefactos Zumtobel, complementando así el estilo interior de este modernísimo museo de arte moderno.


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