Home to the head of state, Warsaw Presidential Palace is an icon of neoclassical style located in the heart of Poland’s capital city. After the façade renovation finalized with the help of Griven color changing LED fixtures in 2011, a new illumination system was required for a specific area of the presidential complex, the orangery.
Very popular from the 17th to the 19th century, an orangery was usually a room or a building, typical of fashionable residences, used as a shelter for orange and other fruit trees during the winter. A sort of large greenhouse ante litteram, the orangery of the presidential palace is a refined building in neo classical style, whose interiors are furnished with period furniture and adorned by statues, paintings, and other antiques.
Presidential Palace Orangery
Product specification and installation