London's Somerset House has been lit up with a massive architectural LED lighting installation.
Designed by Patrick Woodroffe, the facades of the neoclassical building have been transformed with warm white illumination, which RGBA fixtures have introduced the potential to bathe the buildings in a range of different colours.
LED manufacturer Anolis was approached by AC Special Projects to provide low-power, environmentally sustainable products for the lighting scheme.
Scott Callis of Anolis UK said the designer collaborated closely with the firm to create a "precise and elegant design".
"It was an interesting project which really challenged all our imaginations and pushed the boundaries of the products and in what we could deliver as a manufacturer," he commented.
The various colour schemes are controlled via a Jands Vista PC system, triggered by an AMX panel located in the main building.
Anolis recently installed its LED products in the Prague headquarters of Czech lighting and sound firm AudioMaster.