Heritage-protected buildings are with their nowadays seldom style of past eras and fashions of special cultural-historical value. They possess their own individual charm and are today often used for representative offices and residences.
Despite far reaching restrictions in the sense of preserving the original character, with a lot of experience and inventiveness it is possible to develop a lighting solution in the style of the zeitgeist of the building that nevertheless fulfils modern standards.
Latest lighting technology facilitates lighting concepts with almost invisible luminaires and specially designed custom luminaires offer the opportunity of combining classical and modern design-elements. As a team of professional lighting designers it is our pleasure to take that interesting challenge in which the worthy treatment of the historical architecture always comes first.


Further references:

Auferstehungskirche Grosshansdorf | Grosshansdorf

Bayer AG | Leverkusen | in process

Block Bräu | Hamburg

Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski | Dresden

Kaiserbahnhof | Potsdam

Landungsbrücken | Hamburg | in process

Millerntorwache | Hamburg | in process

Nordevent Emporio Tower | Hamburg

Private Villa Baron Voght Strasse | Hamburg

Private Villa Elbchaussee | Hamburg

Private Villa Gartenstrasse | Oldenburg

Private Villa Gustav-Freytag-Str. | Hamburg

Private Villa Mittelweg | Hamburg

Private Villa Rondeel | Hamburg

St. Jakobi Kirche | Hanstedt

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