At The International Spy Museum, contemporary state-of-the art exhibits focus the visitor on why the art and science of spycraft is as critical in contemporary times as it was in the original historical context. Experential lighting design brings past, present, and future of spying together in a richly presented exhibition.
The visitor experience is a seamless blend of dramatic and architectural lighting. From theatrical vignettes in the HUMAN INTELLIGENCE gallery, recreated iconic locations such as the BERLIN WALL, and more abstracted exhibition styles as in the COVERT ACTION gallery, each exhibition uniquely explores the chaotic nature of deception. This variety of presentation styles echoes the complexity of the espionage universe running the gamut of the mundane to the thrilling.
Pipe-mounted spotlights provide accent lighting using a flexible & economic infrastructure. Consequently, lighting hardware details are carefully integrated within architecture, display cases, and 3D exhibits making for a sophisticated visual presentation.