Location: Munich, Germany
Arcluce MOTO floodlights have been selected for Monopteros lighting, a little open temple in Greek-roman style, built in the suggestive English Garden of Munich.
Created at the end of the XVIII century, the English Garden is one of the biggest public urban parks in the world, with an area of about 3.7 km². One of the main attractions of this park is the hill, where stands Monopteros, with stunning views over the city skyline.
Thanks to its minimal design, this floodlight discreetly fits with the architectural space.
Its LED lenses, with a 3000°K color temperature, a 7600lm luminous flux, a 70 color rendering index and a 72W power, naturally illuminate the entire structure, underlying pillars geometric shapes and exalting the amazing motifs that covers the interior dome.
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