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Lighting Design by Lapd at Tate Britain, London - Tate Britain

Tate Britain - Lighting Design

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LAPD lit a unique display of works at the Tate Britain from three masters of impressionism: Turner, Whistler and Monet. Ambient light throughout the exhibition was indirect, with linear uplighting into the barrel vaults in each room of the gallery. This ensured a comfortable level of light for visitors without dramatically increasing the light levels that would reach the paintings. We limited light levels via on-board dimming to ensure the preservation of the artwork. Divided into six thematic sections, the exhibition featured a meticulously planned and executed lighting scheme.

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Established in 2000 with the vision of creating a fluid link between lighting and product design, LAPD create lit environments that inspire and enhance, drawing on the eclectic backgrounds of our exceptional team.

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