The small fishing town of Le Tréport is situated on the English Channel coast, directly at the estuary of the River Bresle. It is a spectacular location, with the town wedged between the sea and the cliffs in places. Tréport is also home to the highest chalk cliff face in Europe, at a height of up to 110 metres.
This impressive urban setting was recently redesigned as part of a development project. The type of lighting always plays a key role in projects of this type since it has to be coordinated to the overall concept. Subsequently, the choice of materials is key, both in terms of aesthetics and function.
Sojourn quality in Tréport is now enhanced during the evening by a new lighting concept, with special light moods adorning the waterfront generated from various scenes. Light effects are generated using Olivio RGBW projectors dynamically projecting various colours. As a result the lighting can be adjusted as required.
The second part of the promenade is illuminated using Aira luminaires. With its distinctive shape and transparent design, the Aira blends perfectly into the picturesque environment without dominating it.