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Changi Airport, Singapore

Project: Changi Airport, Terminal 3, Singapore [SG]
Completion: 2007
Architects: SOM Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, New York [US] CPG Corporation Pte Ltd, Singapur [SG]
Lighting Design: Bartenbach LichtLabor, Aldrans [AT]
Products: CHANGI DAYLIGHT SYSTEM
Self-regulated daylight and artificial lighting system, comprising:
- overhead lights made of daylight-deflecting reflective surfaces inside the terminals
[919 units, 60,000m of parabolic panels]
- Butterfly-Panels made of anodized aluminium on the roof, activated electronically by a BUS system and that aligns their position in response to the angle of the sun and the brightness of the sky
[919 units]
- Artificial light 1000 W light projectors [90 units] on the roof, direct lights [919 units] under the butterfly panels, indirect lights [128 units] to light up the Check-In Counter and the areas of greenery; mirror spotlights in front of the terminal [300 units]
- dur-TRONIC system to control daylight and artificial light

Please note that the availability of the durlum products may vary in different countries/regions
Photos: Bartenbach, durlum GmbH, David Phan, iStock: Pinopic, Joyt, Fotolia: Chrupka
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