Following the tips nr.5, an illumination of a facade with window or holes, we present you the Hilton Garden Inn facade lighting, a project that we published last week.
Whether it is ancient or modern, what matters in an architectural work is style and materiality. If lighting follows the architectural concept, architecture always transmits the same character, day and night
To understand façade lighting, we bring you a lighting project from Abiesse, the façade of the Hilton Garden Inn Hotel, where lighting is used as a “building material” completely integrated into the façade’s architecture.
The choice was to use a single element, which illuminates the object in the negative by emphasising the linearity of the object and by highlighting the window frames.
Finestra by Leds C4 is the core element used for the Hilton Garden Inn facade. Perfect for arches, lintels or even jambs, statues and reliefs. An indirect lighting with a homogenous intensity involving the entire structure right from its base that follows precisely the window’s frame, avoiding unaesthetic hotspots and glare and minimising light pollution.