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Beutelsbacher Halle, Weinstadt

Beutelsbacher Halle in Weinstadt is a popular venue that hosts a wide array of sport and recreational activities and fits up to 1,000 people when used as a festival hall. A sleek, functional LED solution that could be used both as is and as a pendant luminaire mounted to the ceiling was needed to light the multi-functional hall. The ball-resistant luminaire ROBUST met these mechanical and technical requirements. These sleek luminaires look great on the slat ceiling of the 45 m long hall, and constitute an optimal and efficient lighting solution.

KIT Altes Stadion 8, Karlsruhe

The Old University Stadium in Karlsruhe is a listed heritage building on the South Campus of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Under the grandstand, there is a sports hall with ogival tapered ceiling arches, lending an almost sacral character to the space. The room is a striking composition of exposed white concrete, red brick walls and a light wooden floor. The new lighting system does justice to this special hall: IHLS-L LED sports hall luminaires with opal discs and RBGW control ensure that the room can also be used to set a scene for festive occasions and celebrations. Everything is possible, from cool, neutral or warm tones of white to colourful light scenes.

Carl-Benz-Halle, Marxzell

The lighting system of the Carl-Benz-Halle in Marxzell was recently refurbished. The original luminaires from the 80s with power-hungry conventional lamps and ballasts made way for an efficient LED solution with considerable potential for energy-savings. Ball-resistant RIDI ESHL-L sports hall luminaires with parabolic mirror louvres were selected for the sports and multi-purpose hall. The integrated LED linear circuit boards were produced in the Jungingen factory and subjected to stringent quality control. In the glass roof area of the foyer, HPL LED high bay reflector luminaires are suspended from long wire pendants. With transparent reflectors and silver luminaire housing, they integrate harmoniously in the steel and glass design. The climate protection initiative of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety provided a subsidy of 25% of the capital cost under the municipal policy for the renewal of interior and hall illumination. Qualifying for this subsidy requires energy savings of at least 50%.

Lord’s Cricket Ground, London

The recent refurbishment of the iconic grandstand at Lords, the home of Cricket, was all about reinstating the original features from this 70's design as well as fully refurbishing the bar and restaurant. The key feature is the long corridor which runs the length of the stand. Over the years this had been covered up with exposed services so the architects vision was to restore the original concrete coffered structure and actually accentuate this detail. The problem was lighting the space without covering the ceiling. In the end a special H-Profil system was designed using asymmetric modules from RIDI LINIA-FLAT to light the corridor and a slightly cambered asymmetric module to throw light across the coffers. This system was mounted alongside a services channel on one side of the corridor to provide a highly effective but discrete solution. Other areas of note were the restaurant where Aoca light pipes were suspended below the glazing to give a dramatic effect at night. These were supplemented on the other side with L-Tubes mounted in the pelmet to up light the coffers. Finally the bar area was lit with Blade luminaires which combined with acoustic blades to also act as louvres to suppress the daylight coming in. EDLR downlighters were also used to supplement light into other areas.

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