Big Brother Canada 2

Big Brother Canada 2

May 08, 2014

With over 4.5 kilometers of LED tape, and 7000 4-way modules, Big Brother Canada 2 was our largest installation yet. 

Each day we will showcase photos of each room in the house.  To start off with we go to the main bathroom and bedroom.

 

 

The main bathroom featured our high output 4100K A19 household bulbs in each overhead fixture, as well as High CRI, HD 24V Neutral White LED Tape in

the center island console unit.

The center console unit with 24V HD High CRI Neutral White Flex LED Tape

The main bedroom also featured our 24V HD High CRI Neutral White Flex LED Tape in the hanging units over the table, as well as all the vertical wall light boxes.

 

Our 24V HD High CRI Neutral White Flex LED Tape was even used under the table, and under the lip of the riser.

 

Set design by Pete Faragher.

Set Construction by Bratton Scenery.

Lighting design by Alex Nadon at Inframe Designs.

#BBCAN2 @BigBrotherCA

 



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