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Albany Lakes

  • Auckland
  • New Zealand

The MaxiWoody projectors, suspended by the FrameWoody system, provide lighting for the lakes and the surrounding area. The simple, architectural design of these iGuzzini products means that they do not overpower the natural landscape but are still practical and visually pleasing.

iGuzzini was the brand of choice for the Albany Lakes project. The FrameWoody system (created for lighting horizontal surfaces having different photometric distribution requirements) was used to support a number of MaxiWoody projectors.

This system offers infinite possibilities of movement of fixtures about the various axes. The angle set mechanism is designed to ensure maximum satisfaction of the lighting project.

The MaxiWoody projectors, suspended by the FrameWoody system, provide lighting for the lakes and the surrounding area. The simple, architectural design of these iGuzzini products means that they do not overpower the natural landscape but are still practical and visually pleasing.

Products used in Albany Lakes