Romantic lighting of "Ohta Park"
Welcome to the winter fairy tale from IntiLED!
Anyone may plunge into a real winter fairy tale: from the beginning of the winter season, the picturesque forest skating rink of the Ohta Park Resort is illuminated with modern LED equipment by IntiLED. Impressive lighting effects and a variety of colors carry visitors into the times when the trees were large and the magic surrounded everywhere. In order to illuminate more than 1.5 km of ice forest trails, a light and engineering concept was developed, providing for a multi-level cross-system of targeting equipment. As a result, the park became truly voluminous: in the dark, both nearest and distant trees are clearly visible. To achieve the desired effect, 64 powerful spotlights of the IntiSTARK RGBW series were used, which were mounted on supports. The solution of the technically difficult task of cross-lighting was found due to the choice of narrow 10-degree optics. It allowed precise targeting of light rays and avoiding the intersection of light regions. The lighting system has been implemented based on the IntiLIGHT program, and it allows creating various scenarios for controlling the lighting: all sorts of plays, flashes, as well as synchronous and asynchronous group control.
The project was implemented by the RusTechSvet Lighting Company, which performed equipment supply, preparation of supports, placement of light points on the ground, and adjustment of the control system. The lighting concept was developed by Uliana Vinogradova, Head of Lighting Design Department at IntiLED.
The Ohta Park Resort is one of the most popular country resorts in the Leningrad Oblast, located just 10 km from Saint Petersburg. It is an ideal place for sports and outdoor activities. The resort has 9 ski slopes of various levels of complexity, the Shredwood Snow Park, a cross-country ski run, restaurants and cafes, the Banja-Land Health-Improving Complex, an amusement park, the Wild Vatrushkas Attraction, a sports complex, swimming pools, and a cottage village.