Lighting Design of Imperial Palace in Beijing Forbidden City
Yushanfang is a small building located outside the Jianfu Palace in the northwest corner of the Forbidden City. It was originally part of the staff canteen of the Palace Museum. In 2012, at the invitation of the Palace Museum and Mr. Liang Jianguo of Beijing Jimei Group, he participated in the reconstruction design of this building. As an internal reception restaurant of the Forbidden City, this project has the need for cultural carrying, the need for artistic accomplishment, the need for cultural heritage, and the need for the social image of the Forbidden City. Presentation of many precious cultural relics, presentation of thematic creations by famous contemporary artists such as Mr. Xu Bing, Mr. Sui Jianguo, etc .; as well as the need for a dynamic layout of the restaurant, the need for dining, the need to wait for communication, and the need to appreciate art works. Through the communication with the interior designer, the borrowing of the sky light at the top and the occlusion of the facade window by daylight balance the balance of daylight and light, taking into account the reflectivity of precious porcelain and the need for color performance, as well as the texture performance of light-colored ink landscape painting. After repeated consideration of various luminous factors in the space and the light requirements of the various elements themselves, finally, four color temperatures of 2700K, 3000K, 4000K, 6000K, and two types of light sources, LED, halogen, and various light distributions were used to express the space Spatial sequence and perspective shift order. Energy saving, environmental protection, space, atmosphere, color and texture all coexist in harmony.