The Hospitaller Fortress in Acre-The Knights Museum

Stalactite cave

 

The Hospitaller Fortress (Knights' Halls), built in the 12th century, is part of an extensive building complex that was excavated and renovated.
The Hospitallers were a military, monastic order devoted to caring for the sick in the Holy Land and to maintaining the personal safety of the pilgrims who flocked to the holy sites.
They managed hospitals in Jerusalem and in Acre.

The outstanding lighting in the old complex was designed by Amir Brener Lighting Design, accentuating the vision of Architect Ori Abramson. The lighting was supplied and installed by Danor Theatre and Studio Systems with their Project Manager, Erez Hadar.

The fixtures installed on site are: GINGER, QT, HIVE, Channel4, D-WASH, & the controlers DR-SD12 & PUSH 

 

Products used for this project:

 

Hive  Ginger S  QT

 

Channel 4  D-wash DR-SD12