The different exhibits require appropriately customised lighting solutions. Uniform wallwashing underlines the two-dimensionality of the large colour painting merging it with the architecture. Oval beams efficiently accentuate the long sculpture in the centre of the room. Differently shaped beams of light individually highlight the artwork displayed on the rear wall.
Uniform vertical illuminance underlines the width of the room. Consistently illuminated using wallwashers, the large colour painting seems to be an integral part of the wall.
The directed light of the floodlights with oval light distribution requires fewer luminaires than needed for conventional lighting provided by spotlights. Directional light emitted by point light sources such as LEDs is crucial for a three-dimensional effect.
In contrast to the large, orange painting, each piece of art on the rear wall is individually illuminated using spotlights or floodlights. This underlines the individual character of each item. Appropriate light distribution patterns are used for the different sizes and formats: "narrow spot" and "spot" for the small paintings; the long paintings are illuminated using the "oval flood" characteristic.