Sept. 14, 2017 - Project
The façade of one of Montreal’s iconic performance halls has been transformed with a dynamic lighting design using luminaires from Lumenpulse.
MTELUS, formerly known as the Metropolis, is located on Ste-Catherine Street. Its new vibrant lighting design was created by Patty Xenos Design, who worked with project management QMD and owners Spectra. The building was inaugurated on September 12, 2017 with free concerts to the public.
“It’s an honour to participate in the revitalization of this Montreal legend alongside other Montreal-based companies,” said Olivier Chevrette, Director of Quebec Sales. “At Lumenpulse, we take pride in merging new technologies with historical architecture and modernizing such venues with dynamic lighting.”
Patty Xenos Design used Lumenpulse Lumenfacade Colour-Changing (RGBW) fixtures to highlight the textured façade and second floor arches, while the Lumendome Nano Colour-Changing direct-view pixel luminaires light the underside of the marquee.
Thanks to DMX-control and the low-resolution screen capabilities of the Lumendome Nano fixtures, the MTELUS team now has the ability to create colour chasing effects and various colour schemes for the venue’s concerts and events.