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Gaudi Centre

What | Lighting Design Project
Who | Administration of Reus (ES)
Where | Reus (ES)


Architect: J. Sibina Architects
Lighting design and supply: Viabizzuno


Gaudi Centre is a brand new museum dedicated entirely to the figure and the experimental research of the great architect Antoni Gaudi, born in the city of Reus, not far from Barcelona.

The architect Joan Sibina and his studio have designed a multiple-level space, rich in multimedia and interactive elements to be enjoyed primarily by young people.

Fascinated by the highly inspirational architectural project, our lighting proposal aspired to giving a unique additional value through screens, light surprises hidden behind panels, sliding doors with integrated light, and several custom-made elements – the rotating stools with integrated RGB, a motorised ‘Sun’ that revolves around the model of Guell’s dome and replicates the effect of the sunlight in the real dome, a series of wall panels equipped with presence sensors, little light pendants above a large floor map, whose shape was inspired by the unequivocal Gaudi’s chimneys.¬†


– Historical and iconographic research

– Technical lighting layouts

– Project and development of the special lighting fittings (drawings, prototypes, revisions, final product)

– Quotations

– On-site visits and assistance during installation


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