Martin illuminates the Bangkok skyline
Thursday, 9 April 2020
iconsiammartin-by-harman-5The IconSiam complex is one of the largest retail outlets in Asia
Thailand - To accentuate the ornate architecture of Bangkok’s IconSiam I buildings, With Light Company deployed an array of Martin by Harman lighting fixtures.
With more than 525,000sq.m of retail floor space encompassing the IconSiam and IconLuxe shopping malls, the IconSiam complex is one of the largest retail outlets in Asia. The $1.5bn project also includes two of the tallest buildings in Bangkok: the 70-floor Magnolias Waterfront Residences and the 52-story Mandarin Oriental Residences. The IconSiam building includes the 3,000-seat True Icon Hall auditorium, the Icon Cineconic cinema, and the IconSiam Heritage Museum.
The smaller ICS Building features additional shopping and restaurants, as well as the 244-room Hilton Garden Inn Bangkok ICS hotel and resort. To illuminate the buildings’ lavish designs, developers Siam Piwat, Magnolia Quality Development (MQDC), and Charoen Pokphand Group hired Lighting Design With Light Company to upgrade the existing outdoor lighting system with a lighting solution from Harman.
“The client requested a one-of-a-kind lighting system to accentuate the gold and white colours of the IconSiam buildings,” said a spokesperson for With Light Company. “They needed high-quality lighting fixtures that could be placed at any angle. In addition, the lighting system had to be waterproof and dustproof. So, we designed a custom solution using Martin lighting fixtures.”
With Light Company equipped the buildings with Martin Exterior Wash 320, Exterior Wash 220 and Exterior Wash 120 lighting fixtures to create immersive lighting displays.
"The buildings needed a custom lighting solution that would not only bring out the beauty of the structures, but also create a pleasant atmosphere,” said a spokesperson for IconSiam. “Thanks to Harman, we were able to achieve our goal and provide a stellar lighting experience for our guests.”

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