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The importance of quality of light outside exhibition spaces

How does light improve the experience in the shop and café?

Structuring rooms with light

Museum shops and cafés are an important source of earnings and also contribute to establishing the brand of the cultural institution. As in the exhibition rooms, light is indispensable here for the attractive display of merchandise and for creating a relaxed atmosphere. Ideal lighting is achieved with a combination of wallwashing and accents.

Structuring rooms with light

Museum shops and cafés are an important source of earnings and also contribute to establishing the brand of the cultural institution. As in the exhibition rooms, light is indispensable here for the attractive display of merchandise and for creating a relaxed atmosphere. Ideal lighting is achieved with a combination of wallwashing and accents.

ERCO light guide: Culture

Planning tips for design and technology

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Colour perception in practice

A qualitative comparison of colour rendering

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A comparison of optics

Projection and reflection: where is the difference?

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Colour rendering of LEDs

Process for a quantitative comparison of colour fidelity

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Fundamentals of colour perception

Light colour and object colour

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Precisely illuminating art

Differentiated light distributions for exhibition lighting

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