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Moscow Bridges Will Shine
23.05.2013 10:27
Moscow Bridges Will Shine

25 bridges over the Moscow-river will be equipped with a new lightning.


Architectural-art features of Moscow bridges will be accented by the individual lightning. New Arbat, Borodinsky, Luzhnetsky and Andreevskiy bridges are among the objects to have a new modern lightning system. Most likely the lightning will have several modes. There will be a casual, day, night and holiday modes. The holiday variant will allow to conduct light performances on the bridges. And the casual lightning will be presumably one-color.


Nikolai Schepetkov, the head of architectural physics department of MAI (Moscow Architectural Institute) thinks that the concept of bridge lightning should be developed only in common with the lightning of embankments. Otherwise the bridges can become light spots in the city panorama. The department is ready to spend almost 20 million roubles for the development of the bridge lightning project.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow the Moscow-river    

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