Italy – Claypaky, in conjunction with Iren, entirely redesigned the lighting of the Mole Antonelliana. Turin’s iconic monument was designed by Alessandro Antonelli and built between 1863 and 1889. Iren took part actively in all stages of the design process, and took charge of the installation and operation of the entire system. It consists of 43 new Claypaky Odeon lights: 24 Claypaky Odeon Flood Maxi RGBW units with 15° beam angle, three Claypaky Odeon Flood Maxi RGBW units with 25° beam angle, and 16 Claypaky Odeon Flood Medium RGBW units with 25° beam angle. One of the mandatory conditions of the project was to re-fit the already equipped system installation points. The number of fixtures needed to distribute light on all four sides with a minimum illuminance of two candles per square metre (10.76 sq. feet) was calculated. On the basis of the simulations carried out, Claypaky Odeon units with a 15° beam angle were able to achieve the set objective and – in many cases – exceed it. Of course, the final go-ahead was only given after a field test in the most critical conditions, i.e. at a distance of 90 metres (98.43 yards) from the monument and at a height of 25 metres (27...