Smart Building Tech | Intelligent Lighting System
The MoMA Design Store in Hong Kong is the first design store the Museum of Modern Art established outside of the U.S., and the museum store anchors MoMA’s prestigious reputation in Asia. The store offers a wide selection of design objects and gifts from iconic twentieth-century designers as well as today's brightest design talent. All goods are required to be displayed according to the lighting standards set by MoMA in New York. However, with high footfall as the store is located inside the popular K11 Musea mall, salespersons with limited manpower could not easily alter the spotlight locations and angles to suit the ever-changing merchandise being displayed.
INSIGHTS & INNOVATION
We designed and implemented the smart lighting control system to control and automate lights in different zones, as well as spotlights on showpieces. The user-friendly and intuitive system allows lighting to be controlled remotely through an iPad app that mimics the store’s floor plan. Shop staff can walk to any corner of the shop and see the lighting effects in real-time as they adjust the lighting with an iPad.
Our lighting control system was set up at a late stage of the project, after the lighting layout and hardware had been installed. Adding the control system required no physical server and minimal space for hardware.
|Location||Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong|
|Client||MoMA Design Store|