Lighting Museums, Galleries, Exhibitions
Updated: Jan 6
LED luminaires are efficient alternatives for effective display illumination. The quality and distribution of light plays a major role on the visual experience and perception. These areas require a unique lighting design. Here are some useful points to consider that can help to impressively display exhibits:
For the type of luminaire and amount of light, take into account the size of the room or space.
Consider as well the dimension or shape of the exhibited object, especially when installing and choosing the right beam angle.
Avoid glare and reduce shadows.
If the artwork is framed with glass, adjust the angle to reduce direct glare.
Hit the center of the artwork, cover the complete piece and not just part of it .
Opt for luminaires that easily allow the direction of light to be adjusted, items could be relocated which means the direction of light should be as well.
Go for alternatives that offer interchangeable lenses or beam angles, it will simplify work and maintenance.
Every exhibited object has a different size or dimension, each requiring a different beam angle to get properly illuminated.
Adjusting the color temperature and dimming can help create different scene settings.
LEDs emit no UV and little heat, minimizing damage on artworks.
Accent Ceiling Lights
Glare free and adjustable ceiling light.
Flexible light rotation and beam angle adjustment option.
Wide and even light distribution.