Cultural Space Lighting Cajasol Space

New chromatic values

Fundación Cajasol has opened a new cultural space with headquarters in Plaza de San Francisco, which has sought to highlight the museum space called Sala Murillo in tribute to the painter from Seville, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo.

Having turned to Lledó for this renovation, it was carried out in different stages, taking into account the need for independent and complementary cultural spaces to develop the wide social and cultural programme of this foundation.

Considered one of the “most important initiatives for Seville since Expo 92”.

The Sala Murillo covers a surface area of 500 m2and is arranged with an entrance and lobby of a natural and simple look, Limburg hanging lamps, museum space, box office, toilets and storage, and on the mezzanine, another exhibition hall, two warehouses with a capacity for 177 people; providing two floors with an exhibition area of 300 m2.

The museum includes emblematic works of the 19th century and there is a whole new approach to the ambience, the reception of visitors and the feelings stimulated.  This has a lot to do with the lighting project and its requirements for the conservation of the works of art.

LED VIEW RMBO spotlights were chosen as the lighting solution, since they provide the proper light and care for those valuable objects in a delicate but highly effective way.




The fundamental thing in the project of a museum is the silence and the quality of the light

Louis Khan, Arquitecto

LED VIEW RMBO spotlights highlight items regardless of their size. They cleverly set the tone of the project; understated smooth white walls and picture frames, contrast with some of the building’s original features – wooden floors or marble.

The benefits of LED VIEW RMBO spotlights and how they preserve works of art:

  • Improved colour perception.
  • Increased depth effect.
  • Intensified colours with a feeling of volume.
  • At equal intensity, the sharpness of vision is improved.
  • No infrared and ultraviolet emissions, improving the conditions for the conservation of exhibits.
  • Lower lamp replacement cycle, limiting the risks of incidents due to the handling of lights next to the collections.
  • Possibility of adjusting the light beam angle without the need for tools.
  • Thanks to their RMBO (Radial MultiBeam Optic) technology, it can illuminate any object in a precise or diffused manner.

The project uses the following range of products in all areas: Limburg, Bega, VIEW RMBO spotlights, FLAT 160, ICE LINE, 8856 spotlights, DL KINO and mini led spotlights.

Architects: Rafael Osto Vizcaíno de projectaMOS y Daniel Espada Cerón de DEC arquitectos.
Lighting design: Lledó Sevilla.


Architectural Studio

Rafael Osto Vizcaíno de projectaMOS y Daniel Espada Cerón de DEC arquitectos


Lighting Project

Lledó Sevilla

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