The choice of this location meant that the inside had to be adjusted to reflect the outside of a complex that is part of the city’s heritage. Moreover, a high profile art gallery has functional requirements which need special consideration. Lighting plays a fundamental role and must also absolutely cater to the client’s every requirement in terms of colour rendering, flexibility, lasting nature, energy saving and appearance. That’s what led to the choice of Primopiano spotlights, particularly suitable for cultural contexts, where light has to emphasise the quality of the works on show.
It was the first time that this type of architectural light luminaire had been used in Australia. The LED luminaires, compact and from the latest generation, combine efficiency and low energy consumption.
The Primopiano Professional LED spotlight has proved to be the perfect solution for a project such as the Linton and Kay Gallery, directed by Gary Kay and Linton Partington, who said: “We tested various museum LED lighting solutions for our new city gallery and we discovered that the output from iGuzzini’s Primopiano spotlights was absolutely the best.
The Mondoluce team provided great support for our project and worked closely with us and with MATA Design to find the ideal lighting design solution.”