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PalaPaternesi
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With over two thousand seats, the PalaPaternesi of Foligno, Italy, is the second largest building in Umbria. The building is used for a number of competitive and non-competitive sports, as well as major national professional championships. Lighting a building of this calibre not only needs to ensure maximum visibility within every kind of sports area, but also the safety of spectators, technicians and athletes. That is why the Municipality of Foligno, that owns this facility, relies on GEWISS to light the spaces, and relies on the efficiency and reliability of Smart [4] 2.0 FL LED fittings.

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TownHouse Galleria Projects

TownHouse Galleria

Milan, Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery: TownHouse, the only hotel with seven stars in Europe, chooses GEWISS solutions for special scenographic effects that create evocative illuminated backgrounds in the prestigious "Salotto Milanese" lounge. The devices from the Saturno led RGB family demonstrate their superb performance, creating dynamic scenes with hues and colours projected onto the walls of the stunning historical buildings in the gallery.

Hotel Baia dei Pini Projects

Hotel Baia dei Pini

Surrounded by a luxurious pine and cypress garden, Hotel Baia dei Pini is located right on the beach at Torri del Benaco, a town close to Verona, overlooking Lake Garda. The hotel is the ideal place to enjoy a period of relaxation, with a touch of refinement. The luxurious feel of the location, is provided by many available comforts and to the refinement of the materials used in the interiors. Chorus GEO ivory plates are an integral part of this refinement, perfectly fitting into the calm and elegant context in all the rooms.

Ghisallo Cycling Museum Projects

Ghisallo Cycling Museum

The integrated GEWISS electrical system is at the heart of the famous Ghisallo Museum and is vital to its function, serving both the indoor spaces and the areas outside the museum. As well as providing devices for building automation, GEWISS was also chosen to install boards, electrical cabinets and distribution terminals, flush and surface mounting enclosures, miniature circuit breakers and residual current circuit breakers, interlocked switched socket outlets, universal socket-outlets, plates and command switches, rain and wind sensors, light and temperature-sensitive probes, junction boxes and pliable conduits. GEWISS also provided a host of lighting solutions, both for emergency applications and to enhance the architectural details of the museum.

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