Alberto De Eccher dall'Eco Library
: Mezzolombardo (TN)Country
: ItalyArchitectural Design
: DAP StudioPhoto
: Ivan Rossi Targetti lighting solutions for the new Library in Mezzolombardo (TN)
Born from the redevelopment of the historic premises of the former Equipe 5 cellar in the heart of Mezzolombardo (TN), the new library is actually a real cultural pole and the historical memory of the territory at the service of local communities.
More than a thousand square meters housing the library itself as well as a modern multipurpose room and a reading room which, if necessary, is used as venue for events.DAP Studio
, which took care of the architectural project, conceived a versatile space able to favors the simultaneous development of different activities. Solutions by Targetti were selected for the lighting of the different areas of the complex.
In the basement, LOGICO SYSTEM
, in rectangular configurations, designs elegant luminous frames capable of fulfilling the visual task and responding perfectly to the lighting requirements of the reading area.CCTLED TUBE
projectors in the TECH version, installed on the wall in the passageways and in the stairwells, guarantee aesthetic and design continuity with the upper floor where CCTLED TUBE
fixtures are installed on a track to illuminate the reading areas. In all areas characterized by false ceilings, formal and performance coherence provided by CCTLED TECH
recessed projectors.LOGICO SYSTEM
in a linear configuration, with direct and indirect emission, illuminates in a balanced and comfortable way the desk and the study table, harmoniously integrating with the fabric surfaces of the suspended volumes to evoke the lampshade effect of a large hanging lamp.
The vertical development of the bookcases located on the ground and first floors is uniformly emphasized by Strip Leds from the Light Lines collection
Targetti powered by Duralamp inserted in angular profiles.
For the lighting of the areas dedicated to children, solutions with diffused light with direct and indirect emission were chosen, using opal surfaces to prevent direct view of the light source and to obtain uniform and comfortable general lighting.