As time passed, an emerging sensitivity and appreciation for the local architecture led to a fusion of Eastern style and Western design. This style became the peculiarity of the Azeri art and it is so deeply embedded in the Azerbaijan culture that, even nowadays, it is carefully reproduced in new palaces and buildings, which maintain the charm of an old cultural and architectural tradition even in a two million people metropolitan area.
Among the many residential complexes and institutional buildings recently erected in Baku and inspired by this multicultural architectural style, GRIVEN has been charged by the municipality of Baku with the external lighting of a large block of flats. GRIVEN’s lighting designers had the main task of reproducing, on the façades of this huge palace, Baku’s most beloved illumination style, an artistic kind of "light brush” that enhances with skilled colour touches the most peculiar architectural features of the building. To do so, many different GRIVEN LED lighting fixtures were involved such as Parade, Dune, Dawn, Stroker, Micro.-Clip Graph-i-Spot and Daisy-On.