Museum in Helsinki

The EFL-Polaris decorative pendant luminaires ZANDERCORNER 233 in the shape of rectangles light up The Finnish Museum of Visual Impairment  in Helsinki. For this installation EFL-Polaris has designed and produced decorative luminaires to evenly distribute the light over the entire museum space. The light scenarios are controlled by a DALI system that allows the museum to regulate the intensity of light. As a result, the new luminaires ensure optimal  lighting conditions  for the museum’s visitors. The new lighting project not only enhances an overall view of the museum by creating a pleasant atmosphere, but also increases the visibility of its interesting collection of visual aids, devices, maps and photos associated with the history and culture of  the visually impaired in Finland.

This project was prepared in collaboration with the Finnish company Econex Oy.