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Palais Royal, Paris Overall view
  • working since
  • 2009

This famous edifice by Daniel Buren was entirely renovated in 2009. After the marker-lights 1843 – Palais-Royal selected by Patrick Bouchain in 1985, the flush embedded marker-lights 2853 – Luxembourg - red on one side and green on the other - have recreated the magical ambience the artist had wanted.

Specifier: Daniel Buren / Photos credits:Jean-Philippe Humbert

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1843 - Palais Royal
1843 - Palais Royal

LED spotlight surface-mounted on roadways for raking or extensive illumination.

 

APPLICATIONS:

  • Cycle paths and pedestrian paths lighting
  • Roadway lighting
  • Public space lighting
  • Low facades lighting
  • Footbridges and piers

Two-way directions.

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