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Ordrupgaard Museum
Copenhagen, Denmark

  • project Ordrupgaard Museum
  • architect Zaha Hadid Architekten
  • lighting designer Arup Lighting
  • photographer Roland Halbe

The Ordrupgaard Museum in Copenhagen is the permanent home of some of Denmark's most important century artworks. Selux worked closely with Zaha Hadid and Arup Lighting to ensure that the lighting design was integrated into the unique geometry of the building. M100 recessed was chosen because of it's ability to provide diffuse lighting, keeping contrasts to a minimum.

  • The M is a highly flexible family of luminaires combining a virtually universal range of applications with minimalist design. Thanks to the manifold assembly variants, profile widths and optics systems, this system of light channels can provide a custom lighting solution for even the most specialist requirements precisely to the millimetre, whether as single luminaires or a complex lighting structure.
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