Lighting as a piece of art. This is what the lighting installation at Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz looks like!
Project: WAPA Warsztat Architektury; Projekt 08 Anna Ostrowska
Lighting in the upper foyer of Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz, made of KLUŚ products, is an example of how a lighting installation can play a huge role in interior design. It perfectly completes it and makes a powerful impression at the entrance to the foyer.
Since the end of 2021, Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz has boasted a new lighting of the upper foyer, which is as impressive as the architecture of the 15-year-old building. The new lighting even had a ceremonial inauguration attended by the Marshal of the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Province, Piotr Całbecki.
Lighting is a kind of culmination that crowns the renovations and modernizations that the Opera has undergone in recent years – from the new revolving stage, through the replacement of the sound system, to the foyer renovation completed in September.
The installation was made of products supplied by KLUŚ, which had successfully completed numerous impressive lighting projects before (including the Uber ATG Advanced Technology Center in Pittsburgh and the lighting of the Scissortail Park in Oklahoma).
The products used include GIZA-DUO-LL lighting fixtures, ideal for creating decorative lighting installations due to bidirectional illumination and the ease of shaping them into geometric figures. The installation at Opera Nova took the form of rounded "nests" in the center of the foyer and vertical light "screens" in the area above the stairs.
The masking cover used in the illumination (available in black, white and metallic) produced interruptions in the lighting. The non-luminous sections of the rounded lighting fixture give the installation a futuristic look and create an impression of lightness. The color temperature of 4000K also contributed to the final outcome, providing neutral, white light.
Lighting in the upper foyer of Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz, photographic materials of Kluś