Archifest is an annual public architecture festival organised by the Singapore Institute of Architects.
The temporary RGB Pavilion was a physical manifestation of the spirit of Archifest, and was designed as a celebration of ideas and the centrepiece venue of the festival.
Designed by DP Architects, the RGB pavilion was not only temporal, but built on zero-waste and made of construction materials.
The lighting had to reflect the purpose of the building – comfortable, unique and a multi-sensorial experience of the city to be enjoyed by everyone.
The theme of the festival was ‘exhale’, and using innovative lighting, the project explored compression and expansion, in the same way as lungs work.
Lumascape LS9120 and LS9140 RGBW façade luminaires were used to create the lighting effects for the project, including a moving red wash and multi colour light sequence that dances and flows between the coloured architectural divisions.
The LS9120 and LS9140 are part of the Quadralux series of high performance floodlights that also includes the LS9160 and LS9180. All are available with white, colour changing and tuneable white light engines, and are controlled via PowerSync.
More information can be found at the links below.
Illuminate Lighting Design, Singapore
Creative Lighting Asia
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