LIGHTING TODAY29 May 2020
Osram lights up the tallest building in Southeast Asia
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Osram subsidiary Traxon e:cue and LK Technology recently illuminated a gigantic heart at the top of Southeast Asia’s tallest building, Landmark 81 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Landmark 81, a skyscraper with height of 461.5 meters, is the tallest in Southeast Asia and the sixth tallest in Asia. It houses commercial space, retail shopping and luxury residential apartments and has turned into an iconic landmark in Vietnam. 

The intelligent dynamic lighting system on the facade of Landmark 81 is provided by Traxon e:cue. More than 12,500 sets of Traxon luminaires are pixel precise controlled and managed by the e:cue Light Management System. A variety of products are incorporated into the structure including customized LED Dots, Monochrome Tubes, several e:cue Butler S2 orchestrated by an Lighting Control Engine2.

The flexible control system enables targeted pre-programming of the facade lighting for solemn occasions. It ensures that lighting is activated at the best possible time in the evening hours to meet a wide variety of lighting requirements while significantly reducing operating and maintenance costs.

"The facade lighting of Landmark 81 is yet another example of how dynamic illumination can be used to re-define city nightscape and enhance the commercial value of buildings," said Dr. Roland Mueller, Traxon e:cue Global CEO and OSRAM China CEO. “As the global leader in dynamic lighting, Traxon e:cue transforms creative visions into unforgettable lighting experiences, elevating architectural structures around the world."

 

About Traxon e:cue: 

Osram subsidiary Traxon e:cue is a leading provider of LED systems and solutions with a focus on the fields of exterior architecture, hotel and catering (hospitality) and retail (shop). Traxon e:cue has installed more than 4,000 projects worldwide, including the Worldwide Plaza in New York, the 400-year-old Golden Temple in India and the Christ Monument on Corcovado in Rio de Janeiro.