LCI LIGHTS UP VENERANDA PINACOTECA AMBROSIANA
Backstage preview of the new lighting project of Veneranda Pinacoteca Ambrosiana of Milan.
Project designed by Alessandro Colombini.
Exclusive preview of the backstage of the lighting setup that we’re realizing at Veneranda Pinacoteca Ambrosiana with the consultancy of architect and lighting designer Alessandro Colombini, which will be public from July 11th: the visitors will see the art works under the same light the artists who realized them looked at them. 105 LED luum® (of the total 185 estimated for the finished project), latest generation light sources that guarantee energy saving and reproduce “human friendly” light in a range most similar to natural light, have replaced part of the old system, giving back their original splendour to illustrious works such as the famous “Madonna del padiglione” by Botticelli, the Flemish paintings of Brueghel e Brill, and the drawings of Da Vinci’s Codice Atlantico, making it possible again to appreciate their vivid details and bright colors.
The intervention, in a much wider scope, will involve the renewal of the whole Museum’s lighting system.