The Forbidden City

Modern Technology Lights Historic Relics

The lighting of the Forbidden City amplifies its grandeur and beauty. The project follows the original style of the architecture and highlights its structure, outline, and color.

Golden roof, red walls, and white granite terrace represent the glory of the Forbidden City and are duly emphasized in the landscape lighting. Elevator-platforms were placed on the east and west sides of the red walls. On the platforms spotlights were installed. These measures ensured that lighting fit the surface of the architecture and the spotlights concentrated on the axis of the palace and reduced light pollution. Projector lamps were placed outside the palace, projecting light onto the roofs and walls, particularly the halls on the axis, such as Gate of Supreme Harmony, Hall of Supreme Harmony, Hall of Central Harmony, and Hall of Preserving Harmony.

project Category
Products Search
Copyright(C)2015-2018  H&C Technology Pty Ltd