Situation: Museum > Floodlighting
Floodlighting creates decorative scenes at night. Bathed in the light of spots and floods, entire buildings, building sections or facades, artworks, fountains, groups of plants or individual trees become eye-catching features which enhance the appeal of the surroundings.
The illuminance required depends on the colour and thus reflectance of the object illuminated (object luminance) as well as on the ambient brightness: the darker the object and the brighter the surroundings, the more light is required. The light colour of lamps should be selected to suit the colour of the object illuminated. Precise planning avoids disturbing light immissions.