Floodlighting Buildings

Floodlighting Buildings

Postby MG » Tue Nov 02, 1999 9:53 am

While on my way home last night, I noticed [and not for the first time either] how well the Bank of Ireland in College Green looks at night. Not the main part but the curved screen walls with their blind niches and columns - very dramatic.

It is an amazing thing that we can do this at night, create a completely different building through artifical lighting.
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Postby Shane » Fri Nov 05, 1999 10:55 am

Cinnte , aontaim leat. Fosta bhíodar ag trialeadh na soilse nua ar dhroichead Butt cupla lá o shin. Dhealraigh sé go sar-mhaith eachas an dath ar roghnaíodh fa choinne na mbuttresses - glas geall den sort 'kelly green'. Giota ro-gheal de mo thuairim.

Right on. The new lights for the various Liffey bridges were also being tested the other night. The ones on Butt Bridge looked particularly good - though I question the choice of colour for the lights on the buttesses. A real bright 'kelly green'. Simple white light or a very gentle tone tends to look better.
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