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  • Should museums invest in LED lighting?
    Museum Practice examines new approaches to lighting
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Is now the time to invest in LED lighting?
    LEDs are said to offer high-quality, energy-efficient lighting to museums. But is this relatively new technology up to scratch and when should museums jump on the bandwagon?
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Case study: curatorial lighting
    Lighting was used to challenge preconceptions of the dark ages in the V&A’s Medieval and Renaissance Galleries
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Case study: daylighting
    Stephen Cannon-Brookes explains how climate-based daylight modelling helped to facilitate the maximum use of daylight in the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • New advances in daylighting
    Museums are taking a renewed interest in allowing natural light into galleries. Stephen Cannon-Brookes looks at advances in predicting daylight levels
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Case study: light-sensitive displays
    The recently reopened Museum of the Order of St John used lighting specialists to create atmospheric galleries housing light-sensitive objects
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Have your say on lighting
    Should museums invest in LED lighting? Does the energy-efficiency argument outweigh concerns about colour quality? Join the debate...
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Further resources: lighting
    Links to other articles on lighting and to relevant external websites
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Lighting
    Museum Practice