2019-12-25

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Illuminated with Zumtobel’s Tailored Lighting System

The Guggenhein Museum in Bilbao, Spain, recently refurbished its lighting system with solutions provided by Austrian lighting company Zumtobel. The spectacular building of the museum is characterized with slanting walls, intersecting building elements and sloping or rising ceilings, marking a challenge for lighting design. To meet the museum’s technical and financial requirements, Zumtobel developed a custom-made product that can be used as a wallwasher, spotlight, very narrow spotlight and projector. (Image: Zumtobel) The most important lighting task in the museu...
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2017-09-29

Soraa Brings out the Colour in Tokyo Art

Soraa announced that Soraa VIVID™ lamps have been installed at the renowned Idemitsu Museum of Arts in Tokyo, Japan.
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2017-06-29

Euchips Lights Up Shenzhen Museum of Contemporary Art & Planning Exhibition

The Museum of Contemporary Art & Planning Exhibition, Part of the master plan for Shenzhen’s new urban center, the Futian Cultural District, establishes itself as a new attraction in Shenzhen’s fast growing urban fabric. Euchips, as an intelligent lighting service provider, attended the lighting project luckily.
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2015-06-23

Yale University Art Gallery Relit with LEDs

In December 2012, following a US $135 million renovation that united three disparate buildings into one seamless museum, the Yale University Art Gallery opened to the public.  Steven Hefferan of Hefferan Partnership Lighting Design (Boulder, Colo.) managed the lighting for 70,000 square feet of gallery space, and the illumination for more than 4,000 works of art in the galleries.
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2015-01-14

DOE Releases Report on SSL Adoption in Museums

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released a new GATEWAY report that summarizes the results of a survey regarding conversions to solid-state lighting in museums. The survey was sent to members of the museum community who had requested a copy of “The Guidelines for Assessing Solid-State Lighting for Museums,” the pivotal resource co-authored by Jim Druzik and Stefan Michalski in 2011.
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2014-08-01

GE Lighting Shines a Light on Priceless Art Institutional Lighting

The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge, Canterbury's central museum, library and art gallery, has chosen GE Lighting's Infusion™ Generation 3 LED modules in a lighting upgrade that forms part of a larger £14 million (US $23.64 million) restoration project. The advanced flexibility and efficiency of the module will enable the gallery to benefit from significant annual energy savings and reduced maintenance costs.
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Nichia’s Tunable 757 receives rave reviews from industry leaders, including the coveted LpS Best Sustainability Technology Award. Nichia, the leader in and inventor of the high-brightness LED, announced its game-changing single LES, tuna... READ MORE