Location: Naples, Italy
Architect: Francesco Venezia
Lighting Design: Consuline - Francesco Iannone e Serena Tellini
Credits: A. Jemolo - Consuline
Arcluce products have been chosen for lighting the displayed artworks and paintings at the exhibition “Pompei e l’Europa”, located inside the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.
The exhibition attracted many archaeologists and many art, architecture and literature historians, who revisited Pompei history from the excavations beginning in 1748, to the dramatic bombing in 1943.
4000 K temperature LED TITO25 floodlights, thanks to their minimal design and lighting high performance, valorized paintings without changing the light with which each piece of art has been conceived, assuring a high visual comfort to visitors.
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