The Luxembourg pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale, with lighting solutions by Linea Light Group
Architecture seen as a political project. This is the idea behind the creation of the Luxembourg pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Inside the unique space of the Arsenale, the young Université du Luxembourg has conducted a social investigation on the privatization of public lands, physically visualized through a vertical perspective on the architectural proposal.
The technical lighting has been developed by Linea Light Group to caress the pavilion in three different areas: the corridor, the barchessa and the installations. The first is bordered by an LED-strip path made with Ribbon Plus Hi-Flux in DALI and underscored by cones of light that accompany the visitor, through contrast, in the definition of ‘private’ space.
This area containing the works takes the form of a space that is non-space. Every constructive idea exists independently, thanks to precise lighting supplied by multiple Iris-T units, also using DALI, with custom optics and brightness based on the architectural construct.
The third and last space is the pavilion itself. The functional and diversified control for the barchessa brings harmonious light, gauged for a balanced effect of indirect intensity, divided into 10% at the sides and 50% at the center.