Triceratops Exhibition: Melbourne Museum Lighting Supply

Home of Horridus - Triceratops: Fate of the Dinosaurs Exhibition Melbourne Museum Lighting Supply

Aglo’s Project Lighting team were pleased to collaborate with the museum, lighting design and joiner to deliver the amazing Home of Horridus – Triceratops: Fate of the Dinosaurs Exhibition. 

When lighting Horridus’ 65 million year old bones we found that when we shone the light directly on them, the light was simply absorbed, like a black hole – however when we grazed the light along the surface it caught the texture and irregularities and glowed beautifully.

We specified Mondolux Infinito Albi Adjustable Recessed Black CRI95+ Dim to Warm with honeycomb louvre and line diffuser – DMX control: a very technical specification, with ultimate lighting control:
-High CRI
-Low Glare
-Dim to warm
-Honeycomb louvre to reduce glare, and line diffuser to elongate beam distribution
-Thermal tested for continuous use in the foam and timber display plinth

Collaborators:
Designer: Niklas Pajanti Lighting Design and Paul Jackson Lighting Design
Museum: Melbourne Museum
Joiner: Synthesis