LED Lighting Installation at London Science Museum

London Science Museum selected White Light, a British event technology operator to manage the lighting installation in one of its gallery, Making the Modern World. SGM’s R-2 Rail lights were chosen by White Light to transform the museum gallery at night while maintaining the daylight look of the museum.

In the gallery, there are some of the Museum’s most featured objects and remarkable artefacts including the Apollo 10 Command Module and the first-ever Apple computer. The lighting designer of White Light, Jason Larcombe, hopes to bring a light source which can support all kinds of functions for the space and he picked SGM’s R-2s as the product allows full remote control of color and intensity.

(Image: James Mackenzie)

Larcombe said,“We programmed a range of colored scenes, which can be recalled via an iPad, and offer the in-house event teams the opportunity to easily change the color of the gallery for their individual events.”

Lighting installations at museums have to fulfil different requirement as the museums need long-term infrastructure while they also have to be flexible for various applications with temporary exhibitions or events.

“At all stages, we were looking to provide the most affordable solution to the Museum, which meant minimizing infrastructural work. SGM’s R-2’s integral wireless option and ability to be track-mounted did just that,” explained Larcombe.

(Image: James Mackenzie)

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