Marte.Marte Architects partnered with lighting brand Zumtobel in designing a lighting system to illuminate the spaces of the Messe Dornburn exhibition center. The western Austrian exhibition had three new halls, two foyers and a seminar spaces implemented by Marte.Marte Architects recently. Zumtobel made sure that the lighting systems were flexible with space to be modular for all the different events that would take space in the environment. The halls of the Messe Dornburn exhibition centers sits at 75 meters wide and has a height of 11 meters.
In order to integrate flexibility in their lighting, Zumtobel used the 'Tectoc Balanced White system' with ongoing rows of light and an 11-pole current-conducting section fixed within. Users will be able to adjust the color temperature to adapt to the purpose of the space. All these details are implemented to ensure that there is a constant high-quality of light being emitted in all varying purposes that the setting serves.
Manuel Staudinger, one of the Zumtobel project managers states: "The right lighting can generate completely different effects and spatial atmospheres. The fascinating thing about light is that it really creates spaces."
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