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LED screens, for versatility of appearance and installation methods represent a true "architectural skin".
Tecnovision gives Architectural Firms, Interior Designers and General Contractors, end-to-end support since the pre project phase

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    Major projects and major installations, in most cases have the same genesis, which is the mind of the Architects and Designers assigned the task to surprise their customers with solutions that are able to combine impressiveness with efficiency.

    As with any other material or component characterised by constant technological evolution, Architectural Firms and Designers need to have a source of authoritative information and, in many cases, a partner able to provide the experience necessary to fulfil the role of vertical expertise consultant.

    Through its own design, research and development department, Tecnovision has created a programme specifically for the Design and Architecture sectors which is able to support the Professionals’ choices by providing technical information, data sheets, design details and all other elements that may be necessary to acquire knowledge of the limits of the technology with respect to the context in which it is intended to be applied and, in general, to make the technical choice that is more effective, qualitative and reliable.

    The number and diversity of cases faced by Tecnovision for the creation of “special projects”, enables us to help our customers to anticipate problems and optimize implementation costs through the application of proven techniques.

    Some of the world’s major retail brands have chosen Tecnovision for supporting them in the development of digital media within their stores.

    Light, strong LED wall panels

    Displays with plastic frame and self-regulating wiring

    Unicredit Pavillon in Piazza Gae Aulenti in Milan, designed by architect Michele De Lucchi, saw Tecnovision engaged in the creation of the LED walls to be incorporated in the side-opening doors (165° travel) designed to fulfil the dual function of transmitting LIVE outside the location, the event held inside or act as accessory screens for the audio-video system.
When the doors are closed, the giant screens become part of a spectacular digital scenery surrounding the viewers who are exactly in the centre compared to the position of the display.
The project required a particularly important design effort aimed at achieving the following objectives:
    1) Reduction of the weight of the screens
    2) Construction able to withstand the opening and closing stresses
    3) Automatic brightness adjustment according to the mode

    No limit to the design

    Maximum flexibility in the management of angles and curves

    Architects and Designers increasingly fully exploit the malleability of LED surfaces to achieve the dual purpose of communicating and amazing.
    One of the most effective creations is the one made by Tecnovision designed by Architect Jean Nouvel for the construction of the department store called Excelsior, located in Corso Vittorio Emanuele in Milan, Italy.
    In this case, the building was totally surrounded by an LED banner which, evoking a cinematographic film, presented a different shape for each level, composed of several curves with different radius.
    The more than three hundred square metres of LEDs, thanks to this peculiar shape, give rise to a play of light and images that guarantee maximum effect both inside and outside the location.
    This type of application puts in proper emphasis the potentials of LED displays when used by operators able to better enhance their qualities already during the project collaboration phase.

    Digital at the service of design

    Architectural integration between history and innovation

    The sharp contrast between two worlds separated by hundreds of years, when expertly mixed can give rise to extraordinary installations. The quality of the hardware, in terms of depth of image, brilliance and contrast calibration is definitely a very important component which needs to be enhanced through appropriate content. Several top designers are increasingly venturing into integration projects of digital media in “unconventional” contexts which presuppose great knowledge of the qualities and specifications of LED modules and push to a maximum the technical complexity level required both in the preparation phase of the system and during installation. Artistic and design applications, for obvious reasons, are those that require maximum care and attention to detail and consequently, considerable know how and wealth of experience that Tecnovision is able to guarantee.

    Compositions for ceilings and walls

    Interior design 2.0

    LED displays have the spectacular feature of being considered a live cladding material, able to change consistently to all the variables that can affect the environment in which they are placed.
    The possibility to create modules of any shape and dimension, interconnected in order to transmit a unique content distributed homogeneously over the entire surface, offers the possibility to architects and designers to express their creativity without excessive technical constraints.
    Tecnovision, through proprietary electronics and FluidNext software, is able to handle video formats even higher than the 16K, or to coordinate over 34 million pixels in perfect sync.
    LED wall technology even provides for floor installations by using appropriate walkable modules able to withstand a load of 300 Kilograms per square metre.

    Displays become part of the location

    The concept of screen evolves into “digitized surface”

    When you think of a screen, you immediately think of a rectangular shape that must be attached to a wall or supported by an accessory. This is true in many cases but it is very limiting with respect to the actual versatility of LED technology which, as seen in previous examples, may take on many different shapes and, above all, as illustrated in this case, can become an integral part of the structure of the location itself.
    In the Hamra Mall in Ras Al Khaimah, Tecnovision installed a screen that is an integral part of the architecture of the location as it is completely integrated in the cladding support of the pillars and is decorated with a luminous upper and lower extension that, besides amplifying its communication power, dilutes the perception of the boundaries of the actual shape of the display.

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