Daylighting is used in the V&A’s Medieval & Renaissance Galleries. The Renaissance City 1350-1600 © V&A images. Credit: www.alanwilliamsphotography.com

Ask the expert: lighting

Rebecca Atkinson, 14.10.2013
Put your questions to lighting expert Stephen Cannon-Brookes
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From November, Museum Practice is launching a new monthly feature called Ask the Expert.

Every month readers will have the opportunity to put their questions on a particular issue to an expert in that area.
 
The first expert is architectural lighting consultant Stephen Cannon-Brookes, director of Cannon-Brookes Lighting & Design.

He specialises in designing high-quality lighting systems in museums, historic buildings and art collections throughout the world – such as the Center for British Art, Yale; the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; and the east wing of the General Staff Building at the State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg.

Share your questions in the comment box below or email them to practice@museumsassociation.org by 27 October. The questions will be published online in MP on 15 November.

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