As specialist lighting designer for the new Optus Stadium in Perth, Ramus designed three separate lighting systems….
As specialist lighting designer for the new Optus Stadium in Perth, Ramus developed three separate lighting designs in consultation with the stadium’s builder, Multiplex, with the intention of integrating the façade, the arbour and the roof halo to create a unified visual expression. The façade lighting sweeps around the entire building and is made up of 1.5km of RGBW lights embedded into the façade of the structure. The arbour is a 400m long pedestrian walkway of 43 individual arches and includes 675 RGB fixtures. Above the seating bowl, 650 Philips Colour Reach fixtures illuminate the small and large PTFE panels creating a halo effect. Each lighting system is pixel mapped to run video content whereby the whole stadium can be themed to communicate important moments.
Date – March 2018
Client – Multiplex
Lighting Design – Ramus
Programming & Control System – iion
Lighting Installation – Nilsen
Lighting Suppliers – Philips
Creative Lighting Suppliers – Xenian
Architects – Cox, Hassell and HKS
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