M+ Museum

M+ Museum
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Completion Year: 2020

Gross Area of the Entire Development: 65,000 sq. m

Hong Kong/ PRC

The M+ building is one of the largest museums of modern and contemporary visual culture in the world. 

The building is designed by Herzog & de Meuron in partnership with TFP Farrells and Arups. The building is composed of a podium and a slender tower. The expansive podium cantilevers above ground and includes 17,000 square metres of exhibition space across thirty-three galleries, three cinemas, a mediatheque, a learning hub, and a roof garden that faces Victoria Harbour. The tower houses the museum’s research centre, offices, restaurants, and a members’ lounge on the eleventh floor.

  • Lighting control in this project was designed to enable museum staff to set light levels on some individual works of art.

  • The system involves different kind of luminaires with different dimming requirement. All the lighting control system equipment connected through Philips Dynalite’s serial bus communications protocol, DyNet. 


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