Light for high conservation requirements

Which lighting strategy can conserve works of art?

Directing the focus onto the art with a dark background

Presenting works of art to a wide public and simultaneously protecting light-sensitive exhibits poses major challenges for designers. LED technology and an appropriate lighting strategy ensure visitors have an impressive experience of art despite high conservation demands. High-quality LEDs enable lighting without damaging spectral components in the UV and IR ranges.

Directing the focus onto the art with a dark background

Presenting works of art to a wide public and simultaneously protecting light-sensitive exhibits poses major challenges for designers. LED technology and an appropriate lighting strategy ensure visitors have an impressive experience of art despite high conservation demands. High-quality LEDs enable lighting without damaging spectral components in the UV and IR ranges.

ERCO light guide: Culture

Planning tips for design and technology

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Light for pictures

Light impact and luminaire arrangements

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Museum lighting with 50lx

The 50lx mantra: origin and application

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Light for sculptures: museum angle

Increasing the joy of art via visual comfort

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Light for sculptures

Light impact and luminaire arrangements

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Light for pictures: Museum angle

Increasing the joy of art via visual comfort

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Precisely illuminating art

Differentiated light distributions for exhibition lighting

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Characteristics of electromagnetic radiation

The advantages of LED technology for illuminating art

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