Conceived by the lighting designers Viktor Pyatykh, as a project leader, and Anton Karpun of the company Heliocity LLC, the lighting design of the airport area features three different schemes according to different time lapses: day, night and feast days. The daily mode uses LED lighting fixtures located on the roof to light up the upper part of the entrance and RGBW floodlights mounted nearby the main arched doorway to create soft color accents on its forefront. A different color composition has been selected by the appointed lighting designers for each day of the week. During the night, dynamic and colored effects are disabled in order to save power, while the street lighting poles maintain a low, white light illumination level. On the occasion of feast days, a composition based on the official colors of Belgorod oblast has been chosen to highlight the exterior borders of the main entrance. Moreover, dynamic sequences of fireworks with flashes of light and flying sparks are projected during festivities onto the airport walls by using LED projectors. Fireworks represent one of the most important symbol of Belgorod, recalling the first military salute in honor of the city liberation in 1943.
Installed by Spetsmontge-Service LLC, 30 units of GRIVEN EMERALD RGBW, with different optics, along with 10 units of ZAPHIR W in cold white color temperature help providing bright color accents and an even white light distribution to the façade of the Russian airport, spreading a fascinating allure onto a functional facility.