About the project
Lyubimov Manor, where the Theater of the Young Spectator is now located, is one of the most beautiful buildings in Perm. It looks a lot like an ancient amphitheater. At the beginning of the XX century the house was decorated with openwork cast-iron grates and a small fountain in the mansion’s park. An unusual facade of the mansion in the Art Nouveau style has survived to this day, and the house has preserved a rich interior with elements of eclecticism.
The composition of the building is quite interesting: the central facade of the house with a colonnade is made with 3 windows. It is surrounded by the right and left wing of the building with 4 richly decorated windows. The decor of the windows on the right and left wing evens out the overall facade, creating unity of the whole composition. This is what marks all the creations of the architect Turchevich, who designed the mansion - attempt to create a general composition of the building so that its different parts merge into a single structure.
Ideas and tasks
The main task was to emphasize the architecture of the building in the evening and at night. The cool white light of the equipment (5000 K) made it possible to highlight various elements of the facade, while preserving the unity of style.
Designers were not afraid to use color in the lighting - thanks to vivid scenarios, the theater building can attract young spectators now.
A system of multilevel lighting, on the one hand, forms the total volume of the building, and on the other, it expressively emphasizes architectural elements.
The columns of the front facade are highlighted by RGBW floodlights of the RAY series with 10 ° optics. Hexagonal placement of LEDs created optimal conditions for color mixing.
Numerous details of the cornice highlighted by the miniature fixtures of the IntiSPOT series. The high degree of protection against external influences IP67 and a wide temperature range from –45 ° С to +45 ° С made IntiSPOT a perfect option for the sharply continental climate of Perm.
The luminaires are integrated into a single lighting system and are controlled by the DMX-512 protocol. Devices can use one fixed color, as well as change colors, which allows user to create unique modes for each event.