LIGMAN France alongside Prelude Rennes delivered this enchanting project set in one of the most breathtaking bays of Brittany, in Saint-Briac-sur-Mer,
pearl of the Emerald Coast.
The Nessay Hotel, a building erected in 1886 by Count Maurice de Villebresme, is a real local institution and recently underwent a transformation from an old family home to a beautiful luxury hotel and restaurant.
The hotel is situated on the edge of the peninsular, overlooking the sea. LIGMAN luminaires were selected by the client because they were able to be treated specifically for corrosive environments. The luminaires are manufactured with a die-cast aluminium housing and are pre-treated before powder coating, ensuring the highest possible corrosion resistance.
MATRIX surface mounted luminaires with various beam angles were installed to create various effects on the different building facades. The ornate façade of the main hotel was illuminated with KIOS in ground up lights also.