Since 2006, the Altar of Augustan Peace, one of Rome's most important ancient monuments, is housed and can be admired in the Museo dell'Ara Pacis in the vicinity of banks of the Tiber. The airy building, designed by Richard Meier + Partners, includes areas for temporary exhibitions in addition to the hall with the altar.
In the exhibition area on the basement level, Opton spotlights and floodlights with a neutral white light colour of 4000K were installed on track. These can be flexibly adapted to changing art exhibitions and exhibits.
(photos from the show "Josef Koudelka. Radici", 1.2.-16.5.2021)
Parscan spotlights (24W LED/3000K) with flood distribution (28°) and Parscan wallwashers (24W LED/3000K) make the special dimensions in the entrance area of the museum perceptible through uniform vertical illumination of the walls, whilst simultaneously emphasising their quarrystone surfaces of fine Roman travertine.