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Facade Lighting at Ausekļa 14

The Ausekļa 14 project is located in the very heart of the quite center of Riga, not far from Viesturs park. It is a cultural monument of national significance and a late Art Nouveau tenement house designed by the famous Latvian architect Konstantin Peksen (1859-1928) with neoclassical features on the facade. The verticality of the facade compositions, the ornamental decorations on the upper floors, the rounded corner characterizing the building and the protruding crowning ledge make this house special and recognizable in the context of the neighborhood construction. Therefore, the main goal for the Gaismas Stils team was to accent and compliment these elegant façade elements.

For this purpose, minimalist universal floodlights (iPro iGuzzini) and linear lightings for straight-line illumination (Linealuce iGuzzini) have been chosen, which help bring these architectural details to life with light. The entrance area has been highlighted by using wall-mounted luminaire fittings, which are designed to produce both general and accent lighting (Ellipse, iGuzzini). The gate tunnel has been illuminated by the delicate wall solution, concealing the body of the device, allowing only the light to be exposed (Hyperion, Ares). And for a cozy and warm-feeling atmosphere in the buildings’ yard the both durable and appealing bollard solution has been used for even light distribution (Outer, iGuzzini) as well as the wall-mounted solution, which is a seamless integration into the surroundings (iRoll, iGuzzini). These well-chosen modern solutions have helped breath in a new life into this building, while keeping it historically exquisite.

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