The project 143130 lumens intervenes in the space of the first steam power station in Žilina. At the time of its inception, it served primarily the purpose of energy production intended for urban lighting. “The state archive preserves the original design of the power distribution system and deployment of public lighting lamps from 1906. It states that the lightning should contain190 pieces of incandescent lamps with a light intensity of 16 candles (58 watts), 30 pieces with the light intensity of 32 candles (116 watts) and 12 units of ten ampere arc lamps." I let this relatively small volume of low luminosity lightings to be re-calculated by specialists to number of lumens, the luminous flux of the street lighting used then. 143130 lumens is the estimated overall installed luminous flux that I subsequently returned to the premises of the former steam power station with the help of existing light sources. Power consumption (power) of these lamps together is only 1760 W, at our 230V it is only 7,6A which is slightly less than an ordinary electric kettle today.