Lighting analysis: Culture

Designing exhibitions with differentiated light distributions

Qualitative lighting design for museums

The "No Beer without the Alster Lake" exhibition in the Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte displays diverse exhibits and showcases presents these with rich contrast. The lighting concept subdivides the space into foreground, middle ground and background. The directed light from the spotlights achieves effective modelling on the objects as well as attractive brilliance. The lighting design incorporated track and spotlights with interchangeable light distributions to also provide a flexible lighting infrastructure for future exhibitions.

Qualitative lighting design for museums

The "No Beer without the Alster Lake" exhibition in the Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte displays diverse exhibits and showcases presents these with rich contrast. The lighting concept subdivides the space into foreground, middle ground and background. The directed light from the spotlights achieves effective modelling on the objects as well as attractive brilliance. The lighting design incorporated track and spotlights with interchangeable light distributions to also provide a flexible lighting infrastructure for future exhibitions.

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