Completion date: 2011
Ceremoniously opened in 1884, the Guest Manor (also known as Kurhaus, Kursalon, Dworzec), was one of the most important cultural and entertainment centers of the region (at the time, the object witnessed performances of such stars like Helena Modrzejewska or Stefan Jaracz). In 1962 the Guest Manor was completely burnt down by fire, leaving only stone foundations. In 2008 the rebuilt of the Manor, which lasted 3 years, began.
Przedsiębiorstwo Specjalistyczne TEATR equipped the Guest Manor in the stage technology lighting system as well as stage machinery. Our company took active part in designing individual areas of stage technology for this object.
Within the scope of mechanical solutions, P.S. TEATR made a transport trapdoor with a Spiralift drive, three stage barrels dedicated to lighting (one at the back of the audience and two above the stage, from which one is two-levelled), eight decoration stage barrels above the stage, a stage barrel for cinema screen, two side stage barrels for backstage, curtain mechanism, a set of nine chain hoists above the stage for synchronous lifting of any shapes of aluminum profiles and four chain hoists for chandeliers.
All elements of the mechanics are electrically driven and controlled via central system enabling the system’s synchronization. Within the scope of stage lighting, P.S. TEATR company delivered and installed 28 pcs. of PC VARIO luminaires, with an output power of 1 kW and 2 kW by Spotlight and 26 profile luminaires – the FIGURA ZOOM by Spotlight, 20 profile luminaires Source Four ZOOM with a 750W lamp by ETC, 2 followspots VEDETTE by Spotlight, 10 x LED DTS DELTA 10 ZOOM and 8 moving heads (Vari*Lite 1100 TSD includes an automated, four-blade shutter mechanism). The whole system is powered by seven Wall Rack dimmers by Philips Strand Lighting, configured as 24 circuits, 2.5kW each. The whole installation is controlled via MAGIQ MQ200 PRO control desk by
CHAMSYS. PS TEATR was also responsible for the audience lighting control system, which was based on the HDL solutions.