The Queenscliff Historical Museum is a new addition to the Queenscliff Community Hub project, designed by Kerstin Thompson Architects. The museum is dedicated to showcasing the rich history of the area, and our lighting design plays an important role in bringing that history to life.

One of the key aspects of our lighting design is its flexibility. The design allows for different layouts for future exhibitions, ensuring that the museum can adapt to the ever-changing needs of the community. This flexibility is achieved through the use of a track system that can easily be reconfigured to suit different exhibits.

To highlight the perimeter walls of the gallery, we employed a wall washing technique to perfectly distribute light across the walls, creating a warm and inviting ambience that is perfect for showcasing the museum’s exhibits. Narrow beam spotlights are used throughout the museum to draw attention to specific items, while the wall washers highlight perimeter exhibits.

The lighting design comes together with Casambi control to pre-program different scenes for gallery mode, presentation mode and cleaning/maintenance mode. This allows the museum staff to easily switch between different lighting settings depending on the current activity, ensuring that the exhibits are always displayed in the best possible light.

Overall, our lighting design for the Queenscliff Historical Museum is a perfect blend of functionality and aesthetics, and we believe it will be a valuable asset to the community.

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