Saudi Mecca Grand Mosque all copper engineering lighting program introduced
The color hand-painted effect of the all-copper engineering lighting scheme of the Saudi Mecca Grand Mosque was met yesterday at the snooker House.
Mr. Liang Zheng, the chief designer of all-copper lamps in snooker, elaborated to the designer the design intention of all-copper engineering lamps and lanterns, and briefly described the process of all-copper engineering lamps and lanterns.
After nearly three hours of communication, the designer basically agreed with the all-copper non-standard engineering lighting scheme provided by our company.
More detailed requirements are put forward for the details of individual lamps.
The Great Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, is located in the center of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, with a magnificent scale. After centuries of expansion and renovation, especially in the Saudi era, the total area has been expanded to 180 thousand square meters, it can accommodate 500 thousand Muslims to worship at the same time.
The entire building, walls, domes, steps, and passages are paved with white marble, and the sun is dazzling and magnificent.
At night, thousands of mercury lamps shine the forbidden temple like a White Day, which is particularly solemn and solemn.
Every year on December of the Islamic calendar, devout Muslims all over the world travel hard and make a pilgrimage to the Great Mosque in Mecca to pay tribute to God and the Holy Stone they pointed out.
This is the tenth time that snooker has undertaken the design and production of all-copper non-standard engineering lamps for foreign mosques.
However, the amount of work this time is so large that the complexity of the production far exceeds the engineering lamps that were previously undertaken.
In order to achieve the expected effect, snooker Mercure selected 15 experienced engineers headed by the company's design director, he went to the site for on-the-spot investigation and communicated with the designer in detail about every detail.