Reggio Emilia rose at the wish of the Roman Consul Marco Emilio Lepido along Via Emilia, the ancient Roman road linking Piacenza and Rimini. It can boast the name “City of the Tricolour”, since the Italian flag was shown for the first time in this city on 7th January 1797.
Reggio Emilia (Italy)
Arch. Andrea Oliva, studio CITTAARCHITETTURA Arch. Roberto Denti, Studio ARTEAS collaboration/collaborazione: Arch. Mariachiara Gandolfi - Arch. Marinella Soliani
Arch. Andrea Oliva, studio CITTAARCHITETTURA collaboration/collaborazione Arch. Marinella Soliani
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The illumination of the port and walls of Alghero
Alghero (SS), Italy
A double row of Sheliak lampposts with Light 804 lanterns illuminates the dockside of the port of Alghero. A scenic backdrop is provided by the old walls of the city.
Spectrum Center, Irvine. Illumination that furnishes.
Spectrum Center Irvine, CA (USA)
The Spectrum commercial centre at Irvine, California, was inaugurated at the end of the last century and has been gradually expanding since 2018. Its plan reproduces a small European city. For its illumination, lampposts were used from the Kuma and Tabit collections with Light 500 and Light 600.
Milan (Monumental Cemetery). In the shade of cypresses and behind the tombs ….
The Cimitero Monumentale (Monumental Cemetery) of Milan is considered, a great open-air museum. On the occasion of the inauguration of the new underground station, the square in front of the cemetery was renovated. The Tabit lamppost with Light 804 was chosen for the illumination.