A classic pair of steam-powered wagon hoists were originally situated on each side of the viaduct leading to the Leeds station goods warehouse. Sadly only one survives but the remaining hoist has now been fully restored and positioned to front a brand new office development in Leeds city centre. Pharos partner LITE ltd used a Pharos LPC 1 to illuminate the old wagon hoist in Leeds central station
The Wonderkamers, situated at the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag (Municipal Museum in The Hague) is a game-changing exhibition that expertly utilises the interactive nature of Pharos’ control solutions. Local experts in lighting design and show control Rapenburg Plaza worked with Pharos to design the lighting and AV/show control system for this award-winning installation. Five Pharos LPC 1 controllers
The lighting on the London Eye and adjoining pier forms a prominent feature of the London skyline, and these iconic landmarks are tasked annually with providing the centrepiece of London’s new-year celebrations. Since 2005, both the Eye and pier have been operated and controlled by permanently mounted Pharos controllers, and this year they were required to act in synch with Pharos LPCs and TPCs on
The Shard has already taken its place as one of London’s most recognisable and symbolic structures. Completed in November 2012, it is the tallest tower in the European Union with a viewing platform twice the height of any other in the capital. Part of the £2 billion London Bridge Quarter development, the Shard was designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano who is said to have been inspired by the
Saks Fifth Avenue New York is one of the world’s most visited department stores and its traditional holiday season display has become a must-see attraction to locals and tourists alike. For this season’s dramatic lighting show American Christmas Inc. teamed with projection mapping innovators Integrated Visions Productions to feature a seamless integration of LED and traditional lighting fixtures
Palace of Versailles © Soliled The Palace of Versailles is one of the most visited public attractions in France with more than six million visitors a year. They come to enjoy the 17th-century ornamental palace gardens with its majestic orange trees, canals, statues and fountains. Pharos partner Soliled was contracted by Chateau de Versailles Spectacle and collaborated with lighting designers M.