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Olivio for the Waterfront Lillsjöplan
Jönköping, Sweden

  • Projet Waterfront Lillsjöplan
  • Maîtrise d'ouvrage Jönköping Municipality
  • Paysagiste(s) Sydväst arckitektur & landskap AB, Malmö
  • Conception Lumière Tor Olsson, Jönköping Municipality
  • Photographe Per Johansson
  • project.representation Selux AB, Sweden

Life by the water­side is fas­ci­na­ting. For many years now, plan­ners have been tur­ning water­fronts in many towns and cities into attrac­tive, livable places. As well as increa­sing the awa­re­ness of nature in towns and cities, this has also impro­ved qua­lity for life for resi­dents and visi­tors. With this pro­ject, plan­ners used water as an addi­tio­nal design ele­ment to create a new public living space in Jönkö­ping in the Swe­dish pro­vince of Små­land.

In this indus­trial town on the sou­thern per­ime­ter of Lake Vät­tern a water­front pro­me­nade arose in 2016 with a spa­cious square – for spen­ding time, relaxing and for playing in the water.

During dark­ness the light creates a dis­tinc­tive atmos­phere, len­ding Lillsjöplan’s urban space a unique iden­tity. The ligh­ting concept uses the Olivio Sis­tema design line with Grande-sized and Medio-sized lumi­naire heads: in total 30 Olivio spots have been ins­tal­led in a dyna­mic RGBW confi­gu­ra­tion on six 10-metre high poles for the illu­mi­na­tion of the square. The Olivio RGBW lumi­naires enable unli­mi­ted colour diver­sity too. The spe­cial RGBW optics is based on a cir­cu­lar arran­ge­ment of colou­red and white LEDs in a rota­tion-sym­me­tri­cal, freely-confi­gu­rable reflec­tor. Its geo­me­try enables pre­ci­sion colour mixing contai­ned enti­rely within the optics unit.

Along­side the bicycle path 6-metre high poles have been used, each of which is fitted with three Medio-sized lumi­naires heads, ensu­ring a har­mo­nious light set­ting. With their orga­nic floral design, the lumi­naires empha­sise the cur­ving lines of the water­front while their shape also har­mo­nises with the long, cur­ving bench that winds along the lake­side. At night, the emit­ted light bathes the sur­roun­ding area in either white or colou­red light as desi­red – an addi­tio­nal sty­lis­tic ele­ment that accen­tuates the design of the exte­rior water­front by means of colou­red light, the­reby enhan­cing the ambience.

  • Un système d’éclairage moderne se doit d’incorporer les toutes dernières technologies de pointe, dans un respect évident d’efficacité et de conformité aux nouvelles normes environnementales. Parallèlement, l’éclairage urbain a besoin de flexibilité et de polyvalence afin de satisfaire les exigences de la vie urbaine moderne, dans laquelle les citoyens ont besoin de se réapproprier les espaces publics. Un éclairage adapté permet de donner une identité nocturne propre à la ville et de créer des atmosphères agréables. Cette réflexion a guidé le développement de toute la gamme Olivio, des luminaires de mise en valeur qui allient modularité, esthétique, fonctionnalité et intégration parfaite à l’environnement.
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