Ventola Projects lights Qatari Royal Palace
Wednesday, 22 January 2020
qatarThe entire installation was completed in 10 days
Qatar -UK lighting specialists Ventola Projects has completed a high-profile project in the Middle East at the Sheikh Abdullah Palace in Doha.
Business in the region has been booming for Mick Ventola and his team since they supplied and installed lighting to the Royal Palace of Sheikh Al Thani back in 2016.
Secured via Ventola’s Egyptian distributor, this latest project brief was to provide an all-in-one lighting effect within the palace’s leisure facility, using white lighting, UV and colour change to create the right mood and atmosphere.
Mick and his team chose to use the VAvR Lighting System, along with LED48RG-UV-W fixtures and CS16 LED spotlights - a combination which provided the right effect to complement the luxurious surroundings, whilst adding a touch of fun and excitement.
The entire installation was completed in 10 days. Efficiency was key as the project utilised the latest eco-friendly technology to keep energy use to a minimum. Even on an on-going basis, the system installed will be around 60% cheaper to operate than conventional lighting, requires no mains power and has minimal maintenance associated with its upkeep. Who knew that this level of luxury could come with all these extra environmental and financial savings!
Founder and managing director, Mick Ventola, comments: “This really was an amazing project. The lighting showcased to its very best and the venue illustrated just how great these products are for applications like this.
“There’s always a bit of nervousness when you are working for the Qatari Royal Family on something quite so prestigious but to be honest the whole job went so smoothly, with no challenges, which is a credit to the team. The client was very impressed. We’ve got another palace to supply later this year, each of these projects are great opportunities to showcase the work of UK companies overseas, especially in high-profile private locations such as this.”
(Jim Evans)

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