SKI BAR “MUNGGALOCH”
AROSA, GRAUBÜNDEN, SWITZERLAND

SWITZERLAND SKIBAR WITH (LIGHT) TUNING.

At 2’134 m.a.s.l. lies the lively Carmennahütte, directly on the Plattenhorn ski run. The adjoining, famous Munggaloch Bar is especially known among winter sports enthusiasts – for après-ski parties or the Munggapfupf®, named after the bar. Various bands and entertainers provide entertainment here all year round. In summer, the hut is not only a cosy mountain restaurant on the idyllic Legendary Hiking Trail, but also an alpine station for over 120 cows, which also spend their holidays here. The ski hut is easily accessible on foot or by bike.
Within the scope of modernization works an atmospheric KNX installation was realized in the bar: six predefined light color scenes and four predefined light color sequences are available in the DUODMX GATEWAY from BAB TECHNOLOGIE. The reproduction of the scenes and colours was realized with LED strips on the inside, LED profiles on the outside and an LED spotlight on the top of the roof. For an individual, manual lighting control, RGBW colour mixers are additionally used for these areas in the used EIBPORT visualisation. In addition, individual circuits can be selected for the bar, the entrance doors and the LED slope lighting spotlights (with an output of 10,000 lumens). The operation of two ventilation windows, which are used for smoke extraction and ventilation, is also possible without detours via the visualisation. In addition to the DUODMX GATEWAY, various functions have been implemented via the EIBPORT V3, and remote support and control of the visualisation is possible from anywhere via secure access. All lighting elements, as well as the building automation and cabling, have been installed taking into account the strong fluctuations in temperature and humidity, so that the temperature differences from +24°C to -25°C do not affect the products in any way.

Project management Schaltpunkt GmbH
Customer Carmennahütte Arosa AG
KNX devices DUODMX GATEWAY, EIBPORT, visualisation
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