Internally lit by 11 x Anolis ArcSource Outdoor 4MC LED fixtures, the leopard’s lighting design - to bring it alive after dark - was created by Scottish based lighting and environmental design practice Atelier Ten, also responsible for lighting all the Marischal Square commercial, retail and leisure spaces for Muse Developments.

For Atelier Ten’s Peter Kerr, the leopard lighting scheme started when Andy Scott sent him initial sketches of the piece, which gave a good sense of scale and shape.

Once the leopard’s frame was completed they started making the first site visits together with Angus Cartwright from Glasgow based Cartwright Lighting Associates, who supplied the Anolis fixtures and control system.

Halliday Fraser Munro were architects for the overall £107m Marischal Square build project.

 

Photo Credit: courtesy Muse Developments