Festive illumination of the Arnotts building was created by ADAL, in December 2018. It was essential that the decoration for this project was created equally for both, interior and exterior. We were able to achieve this thanks to a few simple, yet elegant solutions, as well as the use of high quality materials in our decorations, which can be found in the offer by ADAL. This project, especially created for Arnotts, gained famed amongst its customers who would often take memorable photos and share them on social media in the Christmas period of 2018/19.
While decorating the facades we have wanted to highlight the architecture of the building more than anything.
The traditional reference in the case of decorations chosen by ADAL for this particular project were, artificial garlands which decorated the building, as well as the porch, roof and supporting wooden bales, finishing with festive wreaths attached to interior balustrades. Additionally all of the green elements were covered with warm lights in the shape of small points of light. They are an element that bridges the gap between tradition and modernity.
For the building to have a Christmas character, it was necessary to decorate not only the elevation, but the interior as well. Here we mainly focused on illuminating the interiors with thousands of tiny LED light points placed on naturally looking pine decorations. We knew straight from the start, that without the use of artificial pine elements it would be impossible to create a true Christmas atmosphere. Which without a doubt could be found in Arnotts, thanks to the use of modern illuminations intertwined with green, pine decorations by ADAL. However it is well known that a Christmas tree is the most important and iconic element of Christmas. In the case of Arnotts we bet on a natural looking, thick model with branching high quality artificial branches. First of them welcomed guests at the entrance, while the rest created an unforgettable Christmas illumination, perfectly matched to the needs of our client.
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