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Liverpool University Facade Lighting : Architecture
LU Active Learning Laboratory : LED Display in Merseyside, North West England, UK
2 Apr 2009
Liverpool University Facade Lighting
Architect: Sheppard Robson
Liverpool Active Learning Laboratory
Siteco lit this new roof-top extension at UOL opposite Liverpool Cathedral by using colour change LED luminaires with the glazing structure.
The client is able to change block colours or create varying colours or Words.
Liverpool University – Active Learning Laboratory
UOL Photographs : Joseph Smith, Siteco Lighting
Active Learning Laboratory : Video file which shows a dynamic view (since archived)
Liverpool Department of Engineering
Active Learning Laboratory Liverpool University images / information from Siteco Lighting
The University of Liverpool was enthusiastic about the idea of illuminating the facade of their Active Learning Laboratory using endless artistic colour scenes to highlight the building’s presence, report www.mediaarchitecture.org. They wanted to make a statement that the University was not only providing a new education building with first class facilities, but also one which would advertise itself to the City of Liverpool and to the wider audience in an area which surrounds the city from a far.
There is also lot of competition to attract students between the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University: the client wanted this building to “outshine the competition.” Being located next to the Roman Catholic Cathedral, the highest landmark in the City, Arup Lighting proposed the use of rich vibrant, multi coloured images to “paint” the facades with light in order to raise the profile of the University at night.
Architecture in Liverpool
Liverpool Architecture Designs – chronological list
Similar concept : Sentinel Building, Glasgow
Website: Visit Liverpool
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