Raphael’s cartoon at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana in Milan is illuminated by Luum spotlights by Lumen Center Italia

Raphael’s preparatory cartoon of The School of Athens is illuminated by the Luum® system, a division of Lumen Center Italia

After a 5 years’ restoration, Raphael’s preparatory cartoon of The School of Athens is now displayed at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana in Milan, with an exhibition design by Stefano Boeri’s architecture firm.

General view of Raphael’s The School of Athens

Lumen Center Italia is among the protagonists of this project with Luum®, which offers LED light sources that respect the interaction between light and cellular metabolism, with a high color yield and a light spectrum similar to natural light.

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Washington lamp, by Jean-Michel Wilmotte for Lumen Center

In the Eighties, Lumen Center Italia immediately established itself on the Italian and international lighting scene thanks to the collaboration with designers such as Jean-Michel Wilmotte and high-quality products. Since the ’90s, following the collaboration with DMC Villa Tosca and its director Augusto Grillo, projects such as Life River, Heliopolis, OLED and Luum® have been launched. [Text Samantha Polvere]

Raphael’s preparatory cartoon of The School of Athens is on show at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana in Milan