The Renaissance Amsterdam hotel is one of the city’s top places to stay. Connected to its main building is a unique 17th century Koepelkerk Church, which acts as a venue for up to 700 people. Could hospitality led flood lighting enhance events at the church without damaging this protected building?
The Renaissance Hotel was undergoing some radical improvements. For the adjoined church venue, the hotel wanted decorative lighting that would let customers tailor the ambience for their events. Livingprojects, an official RYGH LED Project Partner, got to work installing ColorBurst 6 and ColorBlast 12 fixtures.
These innovative LED floodlights fill the entire room with vibrant, exciting light, creating a unique atmosphere. The lights are controlled from an LED panel light, and colors can be changed at the touch of a button. As well as static ambience, the new system can be used to wow guests with dynamic lighting effects.
Koepelkerk, the church, is a protected monument. Because of this, lighting designer Erick van der Lek from Livingprojects and his colleagues were not allowed to drill any holes to suspend the lighting fixtures and cabling. “Thanks to our experience with monumental buildings, we used a special non-aggressive paste to fix the lighting fixtures and the cabling professionally and solidly. For the entire installation we didn’t use a single screw where it wasn’t allowed.”
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