Dutch Reformed Church Harmelen

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  • Nederlands-Hervormde-Kerk-Harmelen1
  • Harmelen2

Dutch Reformed Church Harmelen

Dutch Reformed Church Harmelen (commissioned by Signify)

Request

Illuminate the Dutch Reformed Church. With the lighting design reinforce the vision for the redesign of the Dorpsstraat and the connection of the ‘Gevlochten Lint’ squares.

Approach

See
– Increasing the light level of the church’s lighting to make the church more visible.

Be seen
– Illuminating the church in a way that both its typical style and its central function in the Dorpsstraat are subtly enhanced.
– The modest use of different light color temperatures ensures that the light design fits well with the ‘Gevlochten Lint’ vision and accentuates the stately village character.

Wonder
– accentuating the tower’s slate roof with light increases the visual impact of the tower as a ‘landmark’

– The lighting design is executed with LED fixtures. LED has a long service life and low energy consumption.

Category

Heritage