Pulsar provided a well-designed lighting scheme for Cosmopolitan Tower in Warsaw, Poland.
Cosmopolitan Tower is Warsaw’s premiere residential skyscraper it has 236 apartments, each with floor-to-ceiling windows which provide panoramic views of Warsaw. The building also has a commercial level at the ground floor, three floors of offices, and a recreation area at level 4 for residents.
The CEO of Cosmopolitan Tower asked Pulsar to assist with lighting the tower. Existing lights for the red ceiling had been installed by a building company. The location, colour and beam angle of the lights resulted in a poorly lit feature with hot spots, poor colour rendition and high operating costs.
Pulsar provided a well-designed lighting scheme for the red ceiling which took into account desired effect, viewing angles (pedestrians and residents), operating costs and maintenance costs.
The solution was 8 x ChromaFlood100R fixtures discretely mounted so as to be invisible to viewers, yet provide consistent illumination of the feature ceiling.
Pulsar also provided lighting for the tower’s exterior atrium using 12 ChromaFlood 200s to provide lighting with infinite colour capabilities.
The whole system is controlled by Pulsar’s own architectural lighting controllers, making the system both user friendly and flexible at the same time.
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