Location: Siauliai, Lithuania
Arculce FOBO2 electrified track spotlights have been chosen to illuminate the displayed artworks at the photographical museum of the Lithuanian city of Siauliai.
Founded in 1973, the museum has a wide gallery where exhibitions of local and International artists take place. In recent years, the management invested for a lighting design project, aimed at enhance all displayed artworks, providing a better visual comfort for visitors and improving energy saving.
All artworks are illuminated with LED fittings, which exploit a 3000K color temperature. More specifically, Arcluce supplied FOBO2 adjustable spots with a 44° lighting orientation beam, enhancing the pictures by eliminating any reflex.
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