Barbizon Lighting Projects Illuminate New York Skyline For NFL Championship Week.

© Michael Lee 2014 (Michael.Lee.Pics.NYC on Flickr)New York, NY - February 3, 2014 - In coordination with the NFL’s unveiling of the roman numerals XLVIII on Super Bowl Boulevard in Midtown Manhattan three iconic buildings in New York, the newest being One World Trade Center, 4 Times Square (H&M Building), and One Bryant Park (Bank of America Building) were lit orange honoring the AFC Champion Denver Broncos and bright green honoring the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks starting Wednesday, January 29. Over the course of the weekend the two team’s colors alternated until the game’s conclusion on Sunday, when the Seattle Seahawk’s bright green was seen across the entire metropolitan region celebrating their win.

Barbizon Lighting’s New York office has coordinated installation of energy-efficient, color-changing lighting on all three these three iconic landmarks.  The lighting systems that Barbizon installed and commissioned can all be remotely controlled and were coordinated by the Durst Organization.

© Michael Lee 2014 (Michael.Lee.Pics.NYC on Flickr)For more information about these and other completed architectural projects or to explore architectural lighting for your building contact your local your Barbizon Lighting office at 866-502-2724 or at www.barbizon.com.

About Barbizon:

The Barbizon Lighting Company specializes in sales and service of equipment for houses of worship, live productions, performing arts, themed environments, film and television. We are an industry leader based on our knowledgeable staff, quality products, and our on-going commitment to customer service. Our Systems group specializes in entertainment systems integration, project management, technical services, and turnkey installation of lighting and rigging systems. Barbizon is also open 24 hours a day, seven days a week on-line at www.barbizon.com.

 

Photo Credit: © Michael Lee 2014 (Michael.Lee.Pics.NYC on Flickr)

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