Mall of Scandinavia.
Nordic lighting design at Mall of Scandinavia in Stockholm
The lighting concept for the Mall of Scandinavia is inspired by the natural qualities of Nordic light.
Client : Unibail-Rodamco
Architect : Wingårdh Architects
Photographer : Åke E:son Lindman
Completion year : 2016
Awards : Highly recommended at the Lighting Design Awards 2016
Light Bureau designed the lighting for all public spaces throughout the building, from the functional illumination of the underground parking spaces to the extravagant light features in entrances, piazzas and along walkways.
A spectacular 3D pixel ceiling, consisting of 3200 suspended two metres luminous poles, covers the large atrium in the Dining Experience area. The changeable installation adds colour and movement to stimulate the senses and entice shoppers to linger and return.
The lighting design reflects natural daylight changes. Featuring great variety in terms of contrast and colour, it ranges from the powerful to the diffused, from the subtle to the extravagant.
The final result is the culmination of a five-year close collaboration between Light Bureau and Wingårdh Architects.
Section manager, Lighting Designer, SE South West