Kaufhaus “Tyrol” Interior Passages All decked out in new Christmas lighting
One year after Kaufhaus Tyrol’s attractive architecture in the heart of Innsbruck took center stage with its fantastic festive lighting decoration by MK Illumination, the interior of the shopping center is now decked out in completely new Christmas lighting.
“The festive lighting in the Kaufhaus Tyrol is for me a successful interpretation of the clear and design-oriented architecture of the center. The stars symbolize the power of light when set against the white interior and exterior elements of the building. They are for us something unattainable; something that is above and beyond us. Stars are the appropriate symbol for a Christmas ambience, probably not just for me but also for the visitors to the center,” said MK Illumination’s Andreas Frischmann, Head of Sales and Project Business Austria, speaking about the successful project.
Some eight over-dimensional shooting stars and eighteen magnificent illuminated trees create festive accents in the interior passages of the department store. In total, 70,000 patented and energy saving premium LEDs are illuminating the Kaufhaus.
The brilliant “Star of Tyrol” over the main entrance to the building is and remains the crowning leitmotiv of the entire outstanding presentation.
Kaufhaus Tyrol as a real festive piece of art fits very harmoniously into the existing lighting concept of the Maria-Theresien-Straße downtown area, a festive lighting project that has been in the hands of MK Illumination for 16 years.