Lighting the facade

Facade view Gotha Cosmetics in Bergamo, dressed with textile façade FACID 65
Facade view Gotha Cosmetics in Bergamo, dressed with textile façade FACID 65
Facade view Gotha Cosmetics in Bergamo, dressed with textile façade FACID 65
Facade view Gotha Cosmetics in Bergamo, dressed with textile façade FACID 65
Facade view of office building Xero disguised with textile facade FACID 65 in Wellington, New Zealand
Facade view of office building Xero disguised with textile facade FACID 65 in Wellington, New Zealand

The semi-transparency of the fabric creates various options for lighting.

Frontal lighting

The illumination of the textile façade from the front lets the fabric and the design, if any, clearly appear at night. The second level behind the fabric steps into the background.

Back lighting

If the mesh grid textile facade is backlit, the second level behind the fabric comes to the fore. This effect can become so strong that nothing can be seen from the fabric in the first level and thus a very strong transparent appearance is created. This very creative effects can be achieved, but should be assessed in advance by a test setup.