Dolce&Gabbana wanted “the world’s best lighting” for their changing rooms. Working with the lighting design firm, Mindseye, they chose the Rosco Silk 110 – a light engineered for cinematographers.
Design teams at C&G Partners and BRC Imagination Arts used theatrical techniques and Rosco products to bring exhibits inside the Museum of the Bible to life.
Designers transformed fluorescent bulbs into faux neon lights using RoscoSleeves to provide an edgy-yet-nostalgic glow inside Bowlero bowling centers.
Designers at Lightswitch used several Rosco X-Effects LED Projectors to create realistic, simulated water effects that fully immerse the visitors inside a virtual aquarium.
The design team at Lichtkompetenz explains the concept behind their light art installation in Zug, Switzerland and the inspiration behind their custom gobo designs.
The lighting design team at Tokyoblue use over 70 Pica Cube 4C LED fixtures to transform a restaurant dining area into Club Perle – one of Zurich’s hottest nightclubs – on weekend nights.
Designers at Painting with Light chose Rosco Permacolor dichroic glass filters to add colour into the Mayaland attraction at Belgium’s Plopsaland De Panne theme park.
BRC Imagination Arts selected Rosco Miro Cube UV LED fixtures to illuminate specialty fluorescent graphics inside the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Lighting designers from Light Collective found that Rosco’s LitePad Vector was the perfect light to use while shooting interviews for their documentary – “The Perfect Light.”