In 2004 the Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte was restored and completely rearranged. We designed the lighting for the areas open to the public, including the vitrine lighting.
The high degree of light intensity is achieved through ceiling lights that are flush-mounted in walls and supports.
The entrance flows into the cafeteria. A ceiling panel of incandescent light bulbs gives off a soft and warm light.
The light sources in the vitrines focus the luminance on the delicate objects.
Artificial Light +
The rooms flooded with natural light are supplemented with an indirect general lighting. Reduction of the lighting to the shell of the room allows for emphasis of selected exhibits through few lamps.