Location: Omegna, Italy
Architect: Daniele Poli, Studio 3
Arcluce supplied the devices for Porta Romana lighting, one of the medieval Doors leading to Omegna.
Built in the year 1100 a.C., Porta Romana is what is remained of the five Doors that led to Omegna city in the Middle Age.
In order to better enhance this important historical evidence of the town, Arcluce installed INGROUND260 for the brick wall lighting and STONE-SHORT180 to illuminate the ancient pedestrian path through the Door.
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