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The illumination of the historical town centre of Glurns

30 Jun 2019

The part of the relit town centre of Glurns, in the Italian alps.

Above: The part of the relit town centre of Glurns, in the Italian alps.

 

During the Middle Ages, the smallest of South Tyrol's eight cities was a trade centre in the region. Today, it presents itself as the "jewel of the Alps". The completely preserved city walls, towers, gates, streets, and walkways radiate the fascination of a bygone era. The town centre of Glurns - also known in Italian as Glorenza - has been renovated but it has hardly changed in character since the sixteenth century.

Although not historical, the wall-mounted mercury vapour lamps were in need of replacement. Several providers were invited to present their products for this very particular setting. The connection between technological functionality and flexibility with a conscious design language was the deciding factor in selecting the supplier.

 

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