Lam32 creates a new "Bespoke" product for the lighting of the San Leonardo Church located in Parma. The church is an eclectically shaped architecture of Byzantine inspiration. The building, preceded by a deep pronaos, has three naves separated by twenty-eight columns in Verona marble, with a deep presbytery surrounded by an ambulatory with a semicircular apsis. Is in the nave where rises the majestic "CHANDELIER". The luminaire is composed of three rings made of extruded aluminum with different diameters: the inner 130cm, the central 300cm and the outer around 500cm. On these three rings are distributed 81 light sources with LEDs COB 6W each one, protected by caps with thermoformed opal diffuser in PMMA. The light sources are fixed to the structure, mechanically and electronically, by a quick connector. The luminaire is fixed to the ceiling with millimeter suspension cables and rose completed by Dali and Push Button power supply. Power supply mains voltage 220-240VAC. The Lam32 company, thanks to the wisdom mechanical engineering and the careful choice of technologies and all building materials and construction, has been able to meet the needs of the client. The result is a considerable effect, thanks to the impressive size and to the perceived quality of light.
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