WORLD SQUARES FOR ALL (TRAFALGAR SQUARE), LONDON
The radical reworking of the public realm to Trafalgar Square and St Martin's Place, by Foster and Partners and Atkins, introduced whiter lighting with good colour rendering to this world-famous civic space. This not only allowed a reduction of lighting levels without compromising safety, but permitted the existing and new lighting of artworks, monuments and the surrounding buildings to be appreciated better.
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