Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem


Ammunition Hill National Memorial Site tells the story of the Jewish soldiers’ heroism in the battle in Jerusalem in the Six-Day War. The ammunition stored in the nearby hill gave the site the name Ammunition Hill. The site combines a museum, a memorial Wall of Honor, creative activities and guided tours related to the battle.

Micha Margalit, the lighting designer, chose wisely to keep the lighting hidden and to emphasize the unique hall and architecture, by the architect Uri Abramson, and the powerful stories told in the museum hall. This was done using a smart lighting system that interfaces with the modern multimedia system for a spectacular audiovisual experience.

The fixtures we used: PLANO & CHANNEL 4



Products used for this project:

Plano  Channel 4