Promoted by Brisbane City Council, City of Lights project uses decorative lighting on local assets such as buildings, bridges and trees to highlight Queensland’s capital and its features, creating an exciting, vibrant environment at night for residents and visitors to enjoy.
Among the many city locations enlightened by this project, one stands out for its peculiarity: Fortitude Valley area and its amazing Queensland Kauri pines. Found solely in restricted regions of Queensland, the Kauri pine is a charming tree that has lived through a tumultuous past at the hands of hungry loggers. Figuring as a pleasant reminder of the tropics, this straight and tall coniferous tree, which can reach up to 30-40 m in height, can be found thriving today in Queensland’s sunniest corners.
The median strip that borders the entry of Ann and exit of Wickham Streets, houses six beautiful Queensland Kauri pine trees. Brisbane City Council engaged the lighting company Vision and Sound Technology (VAST) to produce the lighting design and fixture selection for the illumination of these iconic trees. VAST has therefore suggested the installation of a pre-programmable colour-changing LED lighting system in RGBW colour configuration at the base of the six Queensland Kauri pines located in the median strip at the intersection of Breakfast Creek Road, Ann Street and Wickham Street in order to create a visually exciting night-time gateway into the Valley entertainment precinct.
Cam Gunning, VAST - Vision and Sound Technology, email@example.com
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