Baulmann Leuchten supplies Radisson Blu Resort Bukovel

Baulmann Leuchten has announced that it has developed and supplied the luminaires for the Radisson Blu Resort Bukovel.

In cooperation with the interior designer Tassilo Bost, the lighting designer practice Licht01 and investors from the Ukraine, Baulmann Leuchten from Sundern provided the luminaires for all guestrooms and most of the public areas.

One of the highlights of the hotel is the centerpiece in the lobby bar. This pendant luminaire, with a size of 11 meters (36 feet) in length and four meters (over 13 feet) in width, provides the general illumination for the bar area and allows color changing effects by means of an integrated RGB-LED system.

Situated in Bukovel, considered as the Ukraine’s premier ski and spa resort, this retreat in the heart of the Carpathian Mountains offers accommodation and access to all that the area has to offer.

Ski lift number 7 is located on side of the hotel, providing guests with direct access to the ski resort where 16 ski lifts and 50 kilometer of pistes can be enjoyed. By the end of 2013, this is expected to increase to 35 lifts and 278 kilometers of runs, making Bukovel one of the 20 largest ski resorts in the world.

The resort’s 252 rooms feature stylish décor and modern amenities. On site, the hotel also features a 2,000 square meter (21,528 square foot) spa and wellness complex where guests can indulge in an indoor pool, steam rooms, saunas, a fitness center, and an extensive range of health and beauty treatments.

Baulmann Leuchten, located in Sundern, Germany, is a manufacturer of luminaires for interior lighting.

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