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MuCEM, Marseille Overall view
  • working since
  • 2013

The MuCEM (Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée) in Marseille

"This edifice of stone, water and wind" conceived by the architect Rudy Ricciotti, transforms at night into a magical green and blue milky way.
Yann Kersalé has illuminated the concrete lacework with a series of 2-colour blue/green spotlights 4240 – Havre.
At the top, special lights 5631 – Belval pick out a plunging walkway and 1530 – Bordeaux cover the terrace.
The moats are bathed by 5631 – Belval.

Specifier: AIK - Atelier Yann Kersalé
Photos credits: Matthieu Colin

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5630 - Belval
5630 - Belval
Mounting type Wall recessed

Handrail spotlight with invisible-screw recessing unit Wide choice of lenses including:
Very extensive asymmetric versions to ensure beam uniformity with intervals of up to 7m
Tilted beam to have tilted output even when the fitting is installed vertically to hide the light source



  • Cycle paths and pedestrian paths lighting
  • Roadway lighting
  • Handrail
  • Footbridge
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