Text taken from Lumenpulse’s site with sight modification for the sake of brevity /
Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, Manitoba, architect Antoine Predock.’ Lumenfacade used /
The Penman’s Dam, Paris, Ontario. ‘Originally lit with Metal Halide floodlights, the barriered body of water sat in darkness for 40 years after some residents complained about light trespass.’ Lumenbeam, Lumentouch & LumenID used. /
‘Maison du Festival Rio Tinto Alcan, Montreal (formerly the Blumenthal Building) houses a permanent venue for jazz, blues and world music, and doubles as a gallery and a bistro. LumenfacadeFX is a direct-view system for exterior architectural media facades or urban screens that can display branded content and artistic imagery. Lumenfacade is a high-performance linear LED luminaire for grazing or floodlighting exterior walls and facades.’ /
‘Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Toronto. B+H Architects and designers Mulvey+Banani International Inc.’ Lumenface & Lumenbeam used /
‘Greenway Echelman Sculpture, suspended over Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway until October 2015, Janet Echelman’s aerial sculpture in the Greenway Conservancy’s Public Art Program. Created out of rope and twine, the sculpture was animated by the elements as it soars 365 feet through the air.’ Lumenbeam used /
“Emptyfull” Sculpture at the Millennium Library Plaza, Winnipeg’s Public Art Program. Vancouver-based Pechet Studio won an international competition to create a public artwork to invigorate the center of the city. Together with artist Bill Pechet and lighting co-designer Chris Pekar of Lightworks, Lumenpulse provided the illumination for the urban sculpture.’ Lumenfacade used /
‘The Sölvesborg Bridge reaches across the bay of Sölvesborg. At 756 meters long, it is the longest bicycle and pedestrian bridge in Europe, its three distinctive support arches – made from over 150 tons of duplex stainless steel – visible from a great distance.’ Lumenfacade used.