The Iron Age Farm
The Iron Age Farm (Jernaldergården) at Ullandhaug is rebuilt on the original remains and ruins of a farm that dates back to the Migration Period, approx. 350 – 550 AD, and is the only one of its kind in Norway.
The farm is a live open-air museum, where you can experience how everyday life was before the Viking Age.
But how to illuminate a farm from ancient times, long before lighting was part of society?
With great respect for history, our client solved the task with hidden, indirect illumination.
Here's is the result:
Hidden indrirect LED Strips ^
With LED strips mounted on the beams, the farm received a hidden, indirect lighting up to the ceiling.
Under the benches ^
The LED strips under the benches can be dimmed. Here it was used 2700K to get a warm and good light that gives the right feeling and atmosphere