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Place de l'Hôtel de Ville
Sotteville-lès-Rouen, France

  • project Place de l’Hôtel de Ville, Sotteville-lès-Rouen
  • client City of Rouen
  • architect Alain Spielmann
  • landscape architect JNC International
  • lighting designer Jean-Yves Soetinck
  • electrical planning V2R Ingénierie & Environnement
  • electrical installation Citéos
  • photographer Xavier Boymond
  • Representation Selux France

The town hall of the French com­mune of Sot­te­ville-lès-Rouen, a small town in the Nor­mandy region, was recently com­ple­ted reno­va­ted.

The goal of the pro­ject was to create a lively com­mu­nal space with shops and for use for events. This inclu­ded pede­strian foot­pa­ths, traf­fic lanes, par­king spaces and a pleasant square for pas­sing the time.

To ensure the pede­strian foot­pa­ths remain clearly visi­ble by night, Olivio Gobo lumi­nai­res have been instal­led, which pro­ject a chess­board-like pat­tern on the ground.

In total, 40 Olivio Gobo pro­jec­tors have been dis­tri­bu­ted across 16 poles on the square in front of the town hall.

The mini­ma­list design of the newly instal­led Olivio lumi­nai­res blends har­mo­niously into the urban set­ting here.

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