Dronning Eufemias gate, Oslo

The lighting concept for Queen Eufemia’s Gate puts the soft road users at the top of the hierarchy. Light increases at pedestrian crossing when pedestrians get the green light. Trees, sidewalks and tram stops have their own lighting.

ABOUT: Queen Eufemia’s Gate will be a 43.3 m wide, 700 m long avenue. In the center is a green tram route. On each side of the tram route there are lanes, bicycle lanes and wide sidewalks.

 

LIGHT: The light design clarifies the various functions and rooms with specific lighting. This helps to create an overview and environment. The warm light in the commons continues where they cross Dronning Eufemias gate. Soft road users have priority and emphasis is placed on designing lights that are worthy of a parade street.

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Client:

The Norwegian Public Roads Administration

LARK: 

Dronninga landskap

RIE: 

Electronova

Illuastation:

ZENISK