These specific challenges were met by Lutron when contacted by Lam Partners, the lighting design firm of the Guggenheim Museum
in Bilbao, Spain. The building, designed by renowned architect Frank O. Gehry, needed a customized lighting solution as unique as Gehry's vision: flexible, easy to use, and efficient. The GRAFIK 6000
system met those requirements.
"By dimming the lights a mere 8%, we were able to keep colors true in the artwork and effectively double lamp life. That's another big plus - having lighting controls saves enormous maintenance and energy costs," reported Paul Zaferiou of Lam Partners.