Lighting cultural facilities should emphasize their character and put the visitors in the right mood. Soft, diffused light perfectly mimics natural daylight without distracting the guests from their cultural experience. More pronounced accent lighting draws attention to the exhibits. This type of light play can guide visitors through all museum zones. An extensive, adaptive lighting control system allows for the smooth adjustment of the lighting intensity depending on current needs and the light conditions outside the building. This system makes it possible to create customized luminaire groups and play back selected pre-programmed lighting scenes. This way, any exhibition can fully reveal its unique character.
When designing lighting for a cultural facility, it’s important to not only bring out the beauty of the interiors, but above all, to separate and highlight strategic areas. Great emphasis should be placed on the quality of the lighting, and the selected luminaires must not emit infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Based on our many years of experience, we’ve selected an assortment of luminaires that will meet all of the requirements for lighting in cultural institutions.