EXTERIOR ARCHITECTURE

The lighting that highlight certain areas and darken others, is what makes it possible to renew the urban image, emphasize the architectural elements of buildings or monuments, and generate atmospheres that allow the observer to withdraw for a moment of daily life.

CULTURAL CENTER, SAN LUIS POTOSI


CENTER MAZATLAN SINALOA

Lighting project realized in 2003, to renovate the historical downtown of Mazatlán. Scenic lighting project: Highlight the architectural elements, create a safe environment for the visitor and renew the urban image. Technology: Light with halogen applications PAR30 and AR111.


BAR EMILIO TEPIC NAYARIT


STADIUM CHIVAS


EXPO GUADALAJARA


PARANINFO UDG

The lighting concept of the building of the Museum of Arts and Assembly Hall of the University of Guadalajara is related to the monumentality of the building, highlighting the architectural details of the building which is an icon of Guadalajara. (Application of proposed lighting year 2015).


MATUTE REMUS

Lighting project realized in 2011, located in Guadalajara. The design of the road lights used in the project, have as purpose to cover the need of giving a different esthetic concept: removing posts and lines on the bridge, made the view look cleaner. Scenic lighting project: Energy saving, appropriate lighting levels for the road. Technology: LED luminaire that avoids contamination by light wastage and that is mimicked with the construction by focusing the light at the limits of the road and avoiding glare.


ACUEDUCT QUERÉTARO

The aqueduct of Queretaro is a symbol for the city. Is a monument of 74 arches that reached an average height of 28.5 m and a length of 1298 m, being one of the largest of the Country. Lighting project realized in 2010. Scenic lighting project: Energy saving. Outdoor scenery. With RGB lighting That allows to create different environments in the same space. Technology: LED luminaires and luminaires of bars and stains recessed in colors, white, red and blue. With the optics that avoid the reflection towards the drivers



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