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The Old Mill and Tourelles Castle – Vernon 2017-08-03T16:23:04+00:00

Project Description

Concept

The architectural lighting of the Château des Tourelles is based on the effects of low-angle viewing on the turrets and lighting of the surrounding vegetation, thus completing the picture. Interior lighting in the dovecote and the openings give life to this lighting.
During festive periods, effects projectors add animation by projections of animated elements on the towers.
The lighting of the Vieux-Moulin is also architectural, so it highlights the volumes of the monument as well as its particularity to be built on a bridge. For this purpose, animated effects projectors recall the movements of water under the arches. Must be treated.
The entire dynamic installation allows the permanent renewal of the site. Interior lighting also brings life to this lighting as if the building was in operation.

Stakeholder

Ville de Vernon

Light Designer

Neo Light

Installer

Citéos, Lesens Electricité

Manufacturers

CJCJ, Martin, Freevox, Philips, Technilum

Programming

Lumières Utiles

PICTURE GALLERY

Concept

The architectural lighting of the Château des Tourelles is based on the effects of low-angle viewing on the turrets and lighting of the surrounding vegetation, thus completing the picture. Interior lighting in the dovecote and the openings give life to this lighting. During festive periods, effects projectors add animation by projections of animated elements on the towers.

The lighting of the Vieux-Moulin is also architectural, so it highlights the volumes of the monument as well as its particularity to be built on a bridge. For this purpose, animated effects projectors recall the movements of water under the arches. Must be treated.

The entire dynamic installation allows the permanent renewal of the site. Interior lighting also brings life to this lighting as if the building was in operation.

Stakeholder

Ville de Vernon

Lighting Designer

Neo Light

Installer

Citéos

Manufacturers

Philips, Freevox, Martin, CJCJ, Technilum

Programming

Lumières Utiles

Credit

Xavier Boymond