Slow and fast

The dynamic lighting concept for shop windows and facades of a retail outlet perfectly illustrates the use of light scenes with slow and quicker transitions.
Two parameters are varied with the glass facade: coloured grazing light and narrow, white beams. Three lighting components are used in the shop window: coloured washlighting on the rear wall, accent lighting with changing focus on the decorative ornaments, and the projection of patterns on the rear wall.
In contrast to the continuously changing facade illumination, the lighting for the entrance remains constant and unchanging. To add movement, it is quite sufficient to change one lighting parameter such as the colour of light.
However, to prevent the dynamics becoming monotonous over a longer period, the other lighting parameters are also included and varied.

Scene 1

Facade
Grazing light

Shop window
Accent lighting sideways

Scene 2

Facade
Grazing light purple

Shop window
Washlighting blue
Accent lighting sideways

Scene 3

Facade
Washlighting blue

Shop window
Washlighting magenta
Accent lighting central

Scene 4

Facade
Grazing light

Shop window
Washlighting magenta
Accent lighting sideways

Scene 5

Facade
Grazing light

Shop window
Washlighting red
Accent lighting sideways

Scene 6

Facade
Grazing light

Shop window
Washlighting magenta
Accent lighting sideways

Scene 7

Facade
Grazing light purple

Shop window
Washlighting magenta
Accent lighting sideways

Scene 8

Facade
Grazing light purple

Shop window
Washlighting red
Accent lighting central

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