The re-opened Richard Wagner Museum in Bayreuth presents itself in a modern look and with many exhibits not previously accessible to the public. They trace the history of the Bayreuth Festival. The planers selected products from ADO Lights by TTC Timmler Technology to display the historical exhibits in the right light.
Most of the rooms are immersed in dramatic black – an equivalent of the dark theatre space – so that the artefacts can be fully appreciated. The planners from LichtKunstLicht had 219 MiniSpots of the manufacturer ADO Lights installed to illuminate the exhibits. The LED-Luc spot is only thumb-sized and constitutes the brilliant core of a round ceiling-recessed housing. The spots are magnetic and can be individually directed thanks to an adjustable internal tongue. The lenses are interchangeable (50°, 25° and 10°) to be able to adapt the illumination to the specifications of the light planer. Whether to a specific point or wide-area illumination, the options are unlimited.
A perfect production. Richard Wagner would enjoy it.
Architect: Staab Architekten, Berlin
Light planner: LichtKunstLicht, Berlin/Bonn
Photographer: Peter von Pigage