Specified by the Project Manager in charge of the project, Eng. Ammar Jano, owner of the company Jano for Sound & Lighting, GRIVEN’s LED lighting fixtures have been specified to light up three different areas of the Mall of Qatar.
The side of the Mall facing a large parking lot, featuring Al Rayyan Hotel at one corner and Carrefour at the other one, presents a central area, which is now fully dedicated to dynamic pixel lighting solutions offering an ever-changing plot of lights and colours. Chasing each other on the huge façade of the Mall, these patterns are reproduced, among the others, by over 300 PARADE GRAPHIC 40 and 20 mounted with the help of custom wall fixing brackets directly on the surface of the Mall. The installation scheme of the modular bars forms a chessboard scheme, where the multi-pixel fixtures are fixed at different heights from the ground. The installed fixtures were delivered in a custom RAL colour specifically chosen by the client in order to let the fixture perfectly blend with the architecture of the complex. Featuring a custom 16 mm thick tempered opaline glass, these powerful architectural LED modules enable an endless layout of patterns and graphics displays on different surfaces. Easily blending on a building façade to achieve a dynamic and extraordinary brilliant performance, these very high impact IP67 LED bars are capable of reproducing almost any visual concept and a uniform visual pattern layout, according to their mounting distance. Self-addressing software, remote firmware update, integrated electronic driver are further evidences for a state of the art product packed with high technology. Meeting a huge variety of lighting design prerequisites, Parade Graphic 40 and 20 exceed the architectural lighting sector limits and naturally supports lighting designers in the creation of shockingly appealing and stunning effects.
In order to create a contrasting scheme, a different kind of illumination was required for the upper part of the Carrefour building walls. A bright and lively grazing effect of intense changing shades was reproduced by 615 PARADE S-RGBW-40 with wall wash optics, which could deliver the required uniform light and bright colours. The units have been installed in a double line in a hidden position near to the upper walls of the building, in order to deliver a perfectly even colour distribution, rich in intense and bright tones.
PARADE S-RGBW-40 is a modular and adjustable super flux, high luminance bar featuring 40 RGBW LEDs grouped in clusters of 4 LEDs each. Superb output with real uniform colour coverage even on close-up installations is provided by the newly conceived elliptical and elliptical wide optics specifically designed for true wall washing effect. PARADE S-RGBW-40 can be installed in any position and in any orientation, featuring an IP67 weather protection along with a compact size and a light weight manageability. Moreover, a truly comfortable set up is guaranteed by the total absence of external power supply box requirement.
A wall wash effect was required for the half-dome shaped roof of the main entrance building. Visible from all sides, the front and rear parts of the roof have been enlightened by 90 ZAPHIR in RGBW colour configuration with wide optics in order to achieve an optimal distribution on this convex surface. The result is quite satisfying as the installed units deliver a splash of intense uniform light with an amazing colour consistency.
Developed for refined architectural lighting, ZAPHIR RGBW features 40 RGBW power LEDs, which are capable of delivering a remarkable performance from an extremely compact unit. The comprehensive selection of optics groups available makes this colour changer suitable for a variety of lighting installations, which require maximum photometric flexibility. Moreover, its capacitive touchscreen display allows for a direct access to all on-board functions.