Nick Davidson, a lighting designer at Thinkwell Group, specified hundreds of Rosco Miro Cubes to create accent and special effect lighting throughout many attractions inside Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi.
When Lighting Designer Matthew Grenier helped his old high school upgrade to LEDs, he struggled with coverage issues. Rosco’s OPTI-SCULPT Filters enabled him to shape the beams to fit the space.
Lighting Designer Paulina Villalobos chose Rosco’s gobo projection solutions to re-create characters from Kandinsky’s “Blue Sky” in the plaza outside the Artequin Museum in Santiago de Chile.
The design team for the De Bastei cultural centre in Nijmegen, Netherlands chose the Rosco Image Spot to project informational text directly onto the stonework of its archaeological ruins.
The Dolce&Gabbana – SoHo boutique in New York City features a theatrically inspired lighting design and nearly 100 Rosco Braq Cube WNC LED fixtures to illuminate the store’s “club-culture cool aesthetic.”
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.
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 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.
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