Oklahoma State Capitol

Oklahoma State Capitol

2300 N Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73105, USA | View Map
City Halls
Justin Miers Photography

Illumination of the Oklahoma State Capitol stairs

KLUS as Lighting

The Oklahoma State Capitol is a hallmark of the city and the seat of the Oklahoma State Government.

In recent years, the building has undergone a major revitalization, with the focus on the exterior architecture, the tunnel underneath the building, and the enormous surrounding area.

In 2018, after cleaning and repairing the facade and the historic door, the main entrance to the Capitol regained its former splendor. In order to bring out the beauty and monumentality of the building also at night, external lighting was installed, which illuminates the main stairs from the very threshold.

In order not to visually interfere with the classic, historic architecture, the lighting was built into the underside of the handrail. The solution consisted of sealed IP67 POR lighting fixtures equipped with WP-K-30-1210-24V LED strips which have an increased IP rating. The POR fixtures are mounted by snapping them into the handrails utilizing plastic latches.

The Oklahoma State project combines historic, classic architecture with modern technology.

KLUŚ lighting products:
LED profiles: POR, Ref: B6144
LED tapes: WP-K-30-1210-24V LED

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