The role of museums is changing. They are in the middle of a transformation to become more visitor-centric venues, offering a wider range of emotional experiences, not just presenting collections. And lighting is playing a very important role in enabling museums to succeed in this transformation.
Museums are becoming more accessible to a wider public, more people are seeing them as a day out, with family or friends. Another interesting phenomenon is the rise of temporary exhibitions. Thanks to the unique combination of venue and collection, these travelling exhibitions offer a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Not only seeing it as a way to improve the quality of exhibitions but also to preserve precious art, museums are looking for very high quality lighting that doesn’t harm masterpieces. In addition, museums, like all public buildings, are under pressure to reduce energy consumption and seek more efficient solutions.
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