Safari Resort Beekse Bergen

Demo 9

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Safari Resort Beekse Bergen

Safari Resort Beekse Bergen, Libéma (commissioned by Signify)


Adjust our lighting design for the Safari Resort. Give special attention to the area where the animals walk. A moonlight effect is desired. In addition, create a lighting design for the entrance building and surrounding area. Make sure that the entrance building stands out more and accentuates the central function in the park. Match both designs to the African theme of the park.


– The shape of the facade determines the design. By accentuating the pillars, the typical shape of the building also becomes visible in the evening.
– Indirectly, this lighting also illuminates the space between the building and the bicycle shed.

Be seen
– By ‘funneling’ the entrance of the building with light, attention is drawn to the entrance of the building.
– Illuminating the trees on the front and the right side of the building creates an attractive effect. By placing in ground spots between the trees, a sculptural effect is created. The trees become beacons, landmarks.

– The moonlight effect is created by illuminating different locations in the park from above. The light sources are hidden as much as possible between the trees so that you see the light effect but not the light source. The light effect is visible from sunset, the color of the light then gradually changes from yellow to red to magenta to blue light. Mimicking a sunset, turning into moonlight.
– At the rear of the entrance building is a terrace where an African sunset is imitated with light. This gives a warm summer atmosphere throughout the year. Intense colors spread over the rear facade. Gradually, not perceptible, changing from yellow to orange, red and magenta.

– When lighting around animals, the focus is on animal welfare. That is why low light levels and warm light colors have been used.
– The lighting is switched on at sunset and can be switched off at night. The lighting design is created with LED. LED has a long service life and low energy consumption.


Commercial, outdoor