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Architecture

“Architecture is the learned game, correct and magnificent, of forms assembled in the light.
- Le Corbusier

Architectural Lighting

The use of entertainment lighting in architectural applications has come to the forefront. With the advent of complex control systems, Barbizon is adept at dealing with multiple zones with thousands of control channels. We use High Speed Ethernet Control Systems to create Special Architectural Applications using Energy-Efficient Lighting. From the dramatic multicolored LED lighting displays to daylight harvesting and occupancy sensors, Barbizon has it all. Whether it's an exterior or interior project, Barbizon is a leader in working with you to find the right architectural lighting and lighting control system for your application.

Barbizon has worked with a number of creative architectural lighting projects. Our products are found in the Crown Fountain in Chicago’s Millenium Park, One Bryant Park and Gallery Place Metro in Washington, DC. We understand how to integrate the best-in-class exterior lighting products into innovative architectural plans. Not only will our lighting products enhance the beauty of the architecture, but every product will function as planned. The Barbizon team understands how to integrate architectural lighting systems for the best performance and the most stunning results.

 

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Crown Fountain, Millenium Park - Chicago, IL

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Crown Fountain, Millenium Park - Chicago, IL

Spanish artist Jaume Plensa's unique fountain is a multi-media sculpture that utilizes water, video, and color-changing lighting. Two glass towers, each 50 feet high, stand at either end of a shallow water pool, with water cascading down their sides. Their opposing faces contain large LED video screens, on which play a succession of images of Chicagoans' faces. Krueck & Sexton was the architect and Schuler Shook Chicago was the lighting consultant. Barbizon provided an ETC Emphasis control system that controls the Color Kinetics lights in each 50' tower. The system interacts with the Barco LED video projection and playback system and the Crystal Fountains control systems.