The crown of the mall façade wings are up lighted in blue LEDline2. It’s created an indirect lighting effect on the linear sloping roof. Above the main entrance hall, the cornice is highlighted with two lines of iColor Accent Powercore. “The luminescent lines defining the center details are capable of being programmed with different blues reminiscent of the variety of shades of blue in the sea, according to the time of day and the viewing angles, a good example of subtlety advising the architecture” premises Mary Rushton-Beales.
Working in different locations in the United Kingdom, delivery of this lighting design project was a team effort “James developed the concept work and the drawings and I managed the design development and liaison with the client and the architects and engineers in Dubai” explains Rushton-Beales. “We have a lot of work in Dubai so as a team we are used to working in the Middle East, Mary would take a round trip there meet the Jumeirah team and others and discuss fine-tuning and details.” continues Poore. “Mary is based in our London office whereas I work out of a satellite office in Winchester.
We have been working remotely for several years and use “local cloud” technology and online meetings to facilitate this. Utilizing this technology we can look at the same computer screen and talk on the same conference call number. After many meeting the finally realized project is very close to our original design. We are very pleased with the final result” concludes Poore.