The whole archeological area of the Imperial Forum on the Palatine Hill is an open air museum integrated into the city’s urban fabric. Lighting stations were installed outside of the archeological areas with groups of projector lamps which control optics, form and cast shadows, glare and dispersion of light flux, using sources of outstanding color rendition. The Via Sacra project envisages a new conception of the transenna, which will act as a mounting for the electrical distribution and will have a very small, integrated LED lighting.
Capitoline Superintendent to Cultural Heritage – iGuzzini Lighting
The architect team leader Piero Castiglioni assign Marco Petrucci as Senior Lighting Designer and Mauro Zani as Engineer Specialist for the realization of lighting projects. The costant innovation search and the continuing dialogue in order to meet customer demands result in a exclusive work.