The lighting design project of the Beauregard area includes the renovation of the public lighting of the Charles de Gaulle plaza, the theater plaza, a portion of the Rihour plaza, as well as a permanent illumination of the built heritage surrounding these plazas, including the Old Trading Stock Exchange, the Opera and the Lille Theater.
The facades around the plazas are delicately up-lit from moldings, through a golden-white light that allows visually delineating the central space and frees up the ground. The roofs of the Stock Exchange and Beauregard blocks take on a blue tint which highlights their presence and reveals the architecture like a décor.
The project was technically adapted to RGBW LEDs during its conception in order to respond to the city’s request: creating static and dynamic color scenarios to accompany events throughout the year.
The project orchestrates more than 800 light fixtures piloted though two DMX universes.