The world has succumbed to world cup fever, and Russia is looking very impressive on the world stage. Forget the politics of this controversial country, at least on camera, Russia’s football stadiums are looking amazing thanks to the implementation of LED Rope Lighting and LED Strip Lighting to make these impressive feats of architecture.
The World Cup in Russia utilises no less than 12 football pitches, and the lighting of such is considered vital. Due to the nature of the viewership of the World Cup, more than a few matches take place when Russia is blanketed in darkness, and therefore lighting is absolutely imperative in order to provide a good viewing experience, whether you are fortunate enough to support your country at the side of the pitch or whether you watch at home.
LED Rope Lights and LED Strip Lighting have been used on multiple projects in order to make them look visually attractive as well. Take a more local example – the Torquay Harbour Bridge was upgraded recently in order to incorporate full LED Lighting – with blue LED Rope Lights added to make it really distinctive and a treat for the eyes, as well as performing the important function of making sure that the bridge is traversable and safe.
LED Rope and LED Strip Lights are also used rather routinely in architecture projects, in order to provide effective lighting which also looks more than a little bit amazing. Take Channel 4’s Cabins in the Woods programme, where a series of designers were given impressive budgets in order to conceptualise, create and complete high end cabins each with themes in a completition.
Essentially, LED Rope Lights and LED Strip Lights have a wide variety of application, whatever the project, and there are very many benefits to implementing them. Most LED Lights are waterproof, ensuring that they are hard wearing and can brave the very worst of weather – whether it is England’s rains or Russia’s extremely cold conditions.