The LANTERN building is LIGMAN’s headquarters in Thailand and centre for lighting experience. The resigned façade and lighting concept showcases
both the advancements in RGB LED lighting technology, and exemplifies LIGMAN’s expertise with RGB LED lighting products and luminaires.
The LANTERN Building showcasing RGB LED Lights
LIGMAN’s Bangkok office and lighting experience centre, appropriately named the LANTERN Building is a beacon of light in the city and welcoming landmark for those arriving from Thailand’s main airport: Suvarnabhumi Airport.
The LANTERN building façade was in need of an upgrade, its three floors of full height glass receive direct sunlight and heat throughout the day, making it both uncomfortable for employees and a strain on the internal climate control.
The design team proposed a perforated aluminium façade to cover and protect the building throughout the day to give the LANTERN a distinct identity both during the day and at night.
Finished in semi-gloss cool grey with laser cut circular holes that mimic ripples on the surface of water, the lighting design enhances this unique façade element with artistic and technical finesse.
RGB LED Lights: ALDO 6 Wide-Beam Floodlights
Utilising ALDO 6 wide-beam floodlights (97 in total) to backlight the perforated façade, in combination with Pharos Lighting Control featuring DMX512/RDM technology, Thanks to the RGB LED lights, LANTERN can communicate a range of colourful lighting scenes to reflect seasonal and festive occasions.
ALDO 6 linear floodlights utilise the latest RGBTW technology, which provide complete RGB LED colour change facility in addition to Tunable White for precise colour temperature selection.
The redesign of the LANTERN building facade is a testament to the advancements in RGB LED lighting technology. LIGMAN’s Headquarters in Thailand continues to be an important landmark in the city and source of lighting inspiration.