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Image copyright: David Frank

Fashion Museum Ludwigsburg Castle
Ludwigsburg


Textiles are among the most radiation-sensitive objects, so that an illuminance of 50 lx on the exhibits must not be exceeded. To still draw the attention of the viewer to the detailed exhibits, the ambient luminance levels must be considerably lower without creating an atmosphere of darkness or uncertainty.

Another challenge is the fact that all exhibits are displayed in display cases. So, there are a lot of reflective surfaces in the museum that serve as potential sources of interference. Light reflections and the reflection of bright objects would overlay the illumination of the exhibits.

Visual comfort, atmosphere and viewing experience are therefore paramount, not efficiency. To achieve the intended effect, the intrinsic effect of the luminaires was reduced and the beam angles tailored to the geometry of the display case. Superfluous visual information was eliminated to direct the attention of the visitor to the essentials.

Architects:
Marina von Jacobs (Exhibition design)/ Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Scholderer

Photograph:
David Frank / H. – J. Scholderer

Category: Culture

Image copyright: David Frank

Image copyrigh: H.-J. Scholderer

Image copyrigh: H.-J. Scholderer

Fashion Museum Ludwigsburg Castle
Ludwigsburg


Textiles are among the most radiation-sensitive objects, so that an illuminance of 50 lx on the exhibits must not be exceeded. To still draw the attention of the viewer to the detailed exhibits, the ambient luminance levels must be considerably lower without creating an atmosphere of darkness or uncertainty.

Another challenge is the fact that all exhibits are displayed in display cases. So, there are a lot of reflective surfaces in the museum that serve as potential sources of interference. Light reflections and the reflection of bright objects would overlay the illumination of the exhibits.

Visual comfort, atmosphere and viewing experience are therefore paramount, not efficiency. To achieve the intended effect, the intrinsic effect of the luminaires was reduced and the beam angles tailored to the geometry of the display case. Superfluous visual information was eliminated to direct the attention of the visitor to the essentials.

Architects:
Marina von Jacobs (Exhibition design)/ Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Scholderer

Photograph:
David Frank / H. – J. Scholderer

Category: Culture