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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Designers, searching for a light that would match the “light, bright & effortlessly chic” aesthetic for the Paige denim boutique in Brentwood, CA., discovered that Rosco’s Pica Cube WNC met their criteria.
The team at ACTLD transformed Strasbourg’s historic Place du Château into an immersive visual experience using a combination of projection mapping and hundreds of projected B&W glass gobos.
Lighting Designer Micha Margalit used Rosco Custom Glass Gobos inside our Image Spot LED Projector to display scenes of ancient daily life directly onto the archaeological ruins inside Israel’s Bet She’an National Park.
Rosco Custom LitePads were chosen to illuminate one of the central reception areas of Dublin’s redeveloped Miesian Plaza.
The Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar used Rosco Image Spot LED Gobo Projectors to project motifs inspired by ancient Islamic dynasties inside a recent exhibit.