|Church of Savièse|
|Church of Saint Romain|
Church of Savièse
The objective of this lighting project for the church in Savièse, Switzerland, was to highlight the special architecture of this monument and its location, in order to exalt its historical, social and artistic value.
The church has many visitors as it houses several works of art by Ernest Bieler, renowned artist from "School of Savièse" movement. For this reason, the lighting strategy needed to emphasize both the historic and architectural aspects of the building as well as a museum lighting element to reveal these important works of art. Respect for the heightened mystique of the church, and its multifunctionality, was achieved by the installation of a specially designed lighting control system to allow the client to select the appropriate lighting scene for each specific situation.
Church of St. Romain
The St-Romain church located in Ayent, the heart of Valais, is a historic monument, built in the 19th century and inaugurated in 1867. The bell tower is the only vestige of the original building dating back to 1514. For the 150th anniversary, various restoration and modernization work has been undertaken. The aim of the lighting project is to enrich the sacred aspects by highlighting the significant aspects of the building and their historical and social values.