Location:Golestan Palace Tehran
The building of Shams al-Emare is one of Tehran's most famous monuments in the Naseri period. The lighting and lighting design of monuments has many challenges. The lighting design must show the originality and elegance of the architecture, and less visual impact on the subject. In addition, in terms of electrical installations, the smallest damage should not be achieved.
The main approach to lighting design was to create the feeling that the building is still alive. With this philosophy, the color of yellow light (Amber), which is associated with the lighting of a candle and lantern in historical times, was used to illuminate the interior and behind the windows.
The upper part of the building was also illuminated by the negative contrast method, which meant that the interior ceiling was lit for the details of this section.
The exterior faces with open-angle projectors and metal halide lamps with a color index of over 90 are uniformly illuminated so that the design can be seen well.
A report was published in the Lux Reveiw magazine, which is available on the download page