Museum lighting, our first priority is to protect the cultural relics: The lighting should avoid direct illumination on the artifacts, preventing permanent damage to their materials and colors caused by the light. The intensity and illuminance levels of the light should be kept low, avoiding exposure to ultraviolet and infrared rays. We have made corresponding adjustments to the lighting fixtures, using lower wattage bulbs to reduce heat generation. Additionally, we have installed UV-blocking glass to protect the artifacts. Furthermore, we have improved the lighting efficiency by utilizing high-efficiency, low-energy consumption fixtures.

In order to better highlight the exhibits: We have adjusted the lighting design according to the specific conditions, allowing visitors to clearly see the shape, color, and texture of the exhibits.

Year of completion: 2021

Place: China

Lighting designer: Overseas designer

Architect: Museums

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