Landscape lighting of the Greek park in Odessa.
This is the first phase of the park of three designed. The coverage of this zone should be attractive and spectacular, here the main entrance area from the Potemkin Stairs and Primorsky Boulevard.
Crowns of trees viewed from the height of the boulevard are illuminated by RGB light sources through bifocal lenses without blinding passers-by and focusing the rays on the crowns. The backlight is dynamic and changes colors according to eight developed programs.
Trees viewed from pedestrian paths are illuminated by green-white light sources built into the ground and with special anti-glare blends so as not to dazzle people walking in the park.
The center of attraction is a fountain with a sculpture by Mikhail Reva "The Beginning of Beginnings." The illumination of male and female faces is carried out separately from the illumination of falling jets of water. Light can be either static or dynamic. On test inclusions, for a long time, the optimal location and angle of illumination of lamps located in the water were selected. In addition, due to the movement of water and the refraction of the rays, a beautiful caustic effect is created. 5 different scenes are programmed into the lighting of the fountain.
Together with dynamic crown lighting programs, they are controlled by a single controller.
Pole lights in the shape of a delta - an allusion to Greek motifs - provide comfortable and atmospheric lighting for walkways.