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A way of light leading to the Taj Mahal Overall view
  • working since
  • 2016

On over 2,5 Km, 700 Chateauneuf 1570CL-CE4 projectors are installed at 0,5 meters above ground inside stone bollards.

The technical complexity was to illuminate the 7,5 meter wide road, where an interdistance of 7,5m in between each bollard was demanded.  The level of illuminance had to be efficient enough in order to avoid  dazzling wanderers, nor polluating with light the surrounding vegetation.

LEC's engineering office developped projectors capable of lighting the pathway width using 100x20° optics on tilted LEDs inside the luminaire. The power of the luminous flux was increased.

This new functional lighting creates a mystic atmosphere leading the way to this "moonlight polished diamond" - the Taj Mahal !
 

Architect and lighting designer: Archohm
Photos: A.J. Fanthome

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1570R - Chateauneuf
1570R - Chateauneuf
Mounting type Wall recessed

«Medium» version in the round flush recessed raking light range. The flange hides recess plate imperfections.
For versions with recessed elements, see LUCERNE.

 

APPLICATIONS:

  • Highlight architectural features, street furniture, landscape...
  • Surface mounted lighting for cycle path, pedestrian path, stairs
  • Squares and public places
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  • <p>The projectors Chateauneuf - 1570CL-CE4 are positionned&nbsp;at 0,5 meters above ground and installed inside stone bollards, placed every 7.5m on over 2.5 km of pathway leading to the&nbsp;Taj Mahal.</p>

    The projectors Chateauneuf - 1570CL-CE4 are positionned at 0,5 meters above ground and installed inside stone bollards, placed every 7.5m on over 2.5 km of pathway leading to the Taj Mahal.