From the stage of necessity, public lighting has become a culture itself, so that the demand of residential complexes has increased. It not only generates a sense of security and safety, but also provides the identity of the place.
To generate the desired atmosphere, we chose a general lighting with pedestrian and bicycle lighting poles, an accent lighting for vegetation and urban furniture through bollards and LED strips and last but not least, an architectural lighting for stair accesses, passages with built-in spots.
Being an extension of the interior space, we gave a special importance to the public space, both by day and night, thus generating iconic urban areas at city level. By using the shared space concept, the square of the City of Mara residential complex becomes a pilot prototype, meant to release the visual load generated by the lighting poles, through bodies suspended on cables, anchored in a minimum of supporting pillars.