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National Numismatic Museum Mexico City

The National Numismatic Museum located in the Historic Center is part of the Mint House of Mexico, where since the seventeenth century the industrial process of separating the gold that came mixed with silver from the mines was carried out.

The project of artistic lighting carried out consisted of the implementation of more new 180 points of light based on PLEP technology on columns and arcades to highlight and accentuate the architectural character of the stone and the place. In addition, the foundry room where the crucibles and blast furnaces are found where the metal was melted with a warmer lighting simulating the effect of fire to get a better and more realistic experience of the place without forgetting the energy saving of 50.2%.