Museum Lighting

The Museum is lit entirely by next-generation light fixtures, such as LED lights and organic EL light prototypes. Not only do these lights do a better job of presenting each artwork in all its original beauty, they have also allowed us to be kinder to the environment by cutting our electricity consumption by 50%.

Three advantages of using LED lights:

  • Emits barely any ultraviolet or infrared rays that may harm the artworks.
  • Energy efficient, compact, and long lasting.
  • Offers high color rendering abilities that bring out the original charms of each work.

LED lighting was incorporated into the 2011 "Georges Rouault: Paysages" exhibition.

LEDs were also incorporated into the wall lighting to create a well-balanced base lighting scheme.

A wall-wash effect produced on a display wall

Each fixture can be modulated for light intensity to suit each exhibit, while its high color rendering ability brings out the natural colors of the displayed work. scheme.

LLED spotlight with built-in light modulator

Portable control devices make light modulation easy and efficient.

A networked light modulation system

The Museum is also actively committed to the use of organic EL lights, which are ultra-slim, generate very little heat, and offer superior color rendering. We have already incorporated a prototype version in some parts of the Museum.

An organic EL light