Light for art and culture, light for injoyment
Museums and cultural spaces are places where architecture is highly demanding and the lighting must achieve perfect integration. Lighting faces the challenge of illuminating living spaces where different exhibitions vary the content and works to be displayed, thus requiring solutions and systems capable of adaptation in order to make visitors' experience one of sensations.
Lighting with art-friendly LED technology.
The light interprets unique spaces both in interiors and exteriors.
Control and flexibility in the use of light.
Cultural spaces are icons in modern cities, dominating the frenetic activity of the metropolis. They attract visitors, make places unmistakable, express the culture of a society and create identity, often responding to our need to perceive real e
vents in a world of virtual reality.
In recent decades, they have become something more than a cultural presentation, taking on the role of spaces for multi-cultural cohabitation
, opening windows to visitors in competition with other multi-disciplinary spaces.
While wall floodlights and spotlighting have dominated lighting concepts in the world of exhibitions, there is today a clear trend toward lighting solutions integrated with light sources that are hidden in the architecture.
All these trends make intelligent systems, with high light quality in both its application and in the care, and with optimal energy efficiency and maintenanc
e all a combination capable of offering visitors or spectators full enjoyment of the works of art on display.
In art, there is only one absolute rule: avoiding any damage to the works of art in collections. In addition to making art accessible to the spectator, this allows for the use of new LED technologies in which the miniaturization of equipment, non-emission of ultraviolet rays and UVI offer the utmost respect to the works to be lit, while also providing intelligent control of light and attractive scenic effects.
All this involves the use of lighting fixtures with high-performance electronic and optic systems for the use of modern light sources with high levels of chromatic reproduction (Ra >90), with light control systems based on precise reflectors and a wide variety of accessories that allow for adapting the lighting to the cultural scenic space to be shown.
All this is based on the intelligence of control systems and the use of light ceilings that can adapt the temperature of light and its tonality, creating scenes specific to timing of use and with a great ease of use and programming.
Only through a dialogue with all this in the planning process can evolve a cultural building. Façades provide cultural signals even from outside buildings of art and culture and become dynamic lighting scenes visible from afar.