|Location||Silvi Marina, Teramo, Italy|
|Application||Fountains and swimming pools|
Silvi Marina is a town on the Adriatic coast of Abruzzo, fondly remembered by the poet Gabriele D’Annunzio as the “pearl of the Adriatic”. At its centre stands a large, eye-catching monumental fountain.
The monument is the work of architect and sculptor Ireneo Janni, whose design consists of a large outer pool with five internal pools of different heights that act as a pedestal for the imposing bronze sculpture in their centre.
As part of its recent restoration, the monument has been enhanced by spectacular new lighting that makes the most of the multiple effects and colour scenes rendered possible by the Moby P RGBW underwater projectors installed inside the pools.
The fixtures feature an internal mixing chamber that creates the desired tones and shades, while the technical characteristics of their glass screens guarantee chromatic uniformity. The Moby P projectors’ trim in electropolished, passivated AISI 316L stainless steel makes them resistant to corrosion; the thermally conductive technopolymer used for their bodies ensures efficient heat dissipation and protects the fixtures from the highly corrosive chemicals in the water.