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Grand Hôtel Dieu à Lyon (France) Overall view
  • working since
  • 2019

The former hospital, now Europe’s biggest private regeneration site, has once again opened its doors to the people of Lyon and visitors, after a 4-year closure for the work to be done. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Grand Hôtel Dieu can now welcome the public to its courtyards and gardens, buzzing with restaurants, shops and offices, thus writing a new page in Lyon’s history.

The building was listed as an Historical Monument in November 2011, following a renovation process lasting many months, and now has a major part to play in Lyonnaise life. It’s a multi-faceted venue, focused on hosting, hospitality and culture. It’s also a superb showcase for LEC’s know-how, with many different products contributing to the venue's lighting. (Clem, Lignon, Lima, Passy, Corsica)

Designer: Atelier Roland JEOL
Installation: EIFFAGE Energie Systèmes
Photos: Michel Djaoui – Noël Bouchut

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5762 - Passy
5762 - Passy

Linear spotlight for recessing in public spaces. Can be ordered in two lengths, installed individually or as a continuous line.
Externally adjustable tiltable LED plate (0° to 25°) without without opening the fitting or compromising its water resistant. Device swivels in its recess for the opposite direction.
Clips in with no screws for vandal-proof installation.

 

APPLICATIONS:

  • Medium height facade lighting (10m)
  • Highlight architectural features, street furniture, trees…
  • Squares and public spaces

Length = 530 mm

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  • <p>LEC 5760 Passy spotlights are recessed into the ground, in the pavement. These are flush with the ground and are equipped with barn doors so as not to dazzle pedestrians. These spotlights are equipped with customised optics, based on their distance from the wall, in order to obtain uniform lighting along the entire façade, despite the spotlights not being installed in a continuous line. These spotlights are focused on lighting the first level of the façade. LEC 4660 Corsica spotlights take over on the upper level.</p>

    LEC 5760 Passy spotlights are recessed into the ground, in the pavement. These are flush with the ground and are equipped with barn doors so as not to dazzle pedestrians. These spotlights are equipped with customised optics, based on their distance from the wall, in order to obtain uniform lighting along the entire façade, despite the spotlights not being installed in a continuous line. These spotlights are focused on lighting the first level of the façade. LEC 4660 Corsica spotlights take over on the upper level.

  • <p>LEC 5760 Passy spotlights are recessed into the ground, in the pavement. These are flush with the ground and are equipped with barn doors so as not to dazzle pedestrians. These spotlights are equipped with customised optics, based on their distance from the wall, in order to obtain uniform lighting along the entire façade, despite the spotlights not being installed in a continuous line. These spotlights are focused on lighting the first level of the façade. LEC 4660 Corsica spotlights take over on the upper level.</p>

    LEC 5760 Passy spotlights are recessed into the ground, in the pavement. These are flush with the ground and are equipped with barn doors so as not to dazzle pedestrians. These spotlights are equipped with customised optics, based on their distance from the wall, in order to obtain uniform lighting along the entire façade, despite the spotlights not being installed in a continuous line. These spotlights are focused on lighting the first level of the façade. LEC 4660 Corsica spotlights take over on the upper level.

  • <p>LEC 5760 Passy spotlights are recessed into the ground, in the pavement. These are flush with the ground and are equipped with barn doors so as not to dazzle pedestrians. These spotlights are equipped with customised optics, based on their distance from the wall, in order to obtain uniform lighting along the entire façade, despite the spotlights not being installed in a continuous line. These spotlights are focused on lighting the first level of the façade. LEC 4660 Corsica spotlights take over on the upper level.</p>

    LEC 5760 Passy spotlights are recessed into the ground, in the pavement. These are flush with the ground and are equipped with barn doors so as not to dazzle pedestrians. These spotlights are equipped with customised optics, based on their distance from the wall, in order to obtain uniform lighting along the entire façade, despite the spotlights not being installed in a continuous line. These spotlights are focused on lighting the first level of the façade. LEC 4660 Corsica spotlights take over on the upper level.