Lighting in museums, exhibitions and showcases has got an increasingly important role in recent years. In particular in situations where the visitor's experience is central. We use museum lighting to illuminate objects, create an atmosphere or as part of interactive experiences. At Bruns we share our ideas with the client and designer to come to a total solution.
It is very important that lighting does not harm the exhibits. In order to ensure that we meet all specifications and requirements, we measure factors such as colour temperature (Kelvin), colour displays (CRI), colour consistency (SDCM) and glare factors (UGR).
Commonly used technologies are DMX and DALI systems. These systems have 'smart' lighting controls with respect to the use of daylight and automation by means of time switches or presence sensors. Bruns specialists will make it possible.
In addition, Bruns will share their ideas on all types of museum lighting and will advise the right solution for exhibitions, spatial and display lighting. After the client’s agreement, we can apply the chosen lighting during the realization of the project.