A geometrical, recurring lighting scheme based exclusively on warm white shades has been chosen for the whole façade excluding just the central main entrance and the lateral domes fitted with a contrasting colour changing concept. The six groups of single and double windows set on both sides of the central part feature a composition made up of one, two and three units of Parade D-W-9 installed below each row of windows, forming a triangle of light that runs all along the façade. The twelve columns that frame each group of four windows have been enlightened by groups of Dawn MK2 W with spot optics and Micro-Clip MK2 W with medium optics. The arcades of the ground floor are vertically lit by sets of Dawn MK2 W (pointing downwards), Micro-Clip MK2 W (pointing upwards), both with narrow optics, and horizontally by 12 Parade D-W-12. The upper part of the façade is completed by 38 Parade D-W-9. To counterbalance this "all-white” effect, colour changers have been installed on the three domes: Dawn MK2 RGBW with narrow, medium and wide optics along with Zaphir RGBW luminaires have been chosen for the upper parts of the domes, while batteries of Parade D-RGB-10 complete the central part of the façade. The overall effect is a perfect blend of architecture and light, of white and colour.