Unsere Arbeit schafft einen nachhaltigen Mehrwert und sorgt dafür, dass Menschen sich durch Licht wohlfühlen.

Wir sind ein Team aus Spezialisten mit langjähriger Berufserfahrung in der Kunst- und Tageslichtplanung für international renommierte Bauvorhaben. Ausgebildet in Architektur und Design bieten wir Ihnen hochwertige Beratung und Lichtplanung in den Bereichen Kunstlichtplanung, Tageslichtplanung, Masterplanung und Leuchtenentwicklung.

Light in the “Passagenviertel”, Hamburg

Light in the “Passagenviertel”, Hamburg

The “Alte Post” is a building completed in 1847. It was built in Hamburg’s centre according to the designs of the architect Alexis de Chateauneuf. Characteristic is the approx. 40 meter high clock tower, on the top of which an optical telegraph once formed the end point for a communications link to the estuary of the river Elbe. As part of a renovation, we revised the lighting installations of the clock tower so that the characteristic landmark can also be recognised in future.

Right in the neighborhood is “Uzwei”, the editorial store in the “Kaisergalerie”. The idea of a fashion magazine was in the foreground of the design concept. Our lighting concept sets the right accents in an energy-efficient and contemporary way. At the same time, it creates an atmosphere that inspires and invites you to linger.

Alte Post (2021), Uzwei Editorial Store (2018)
Lighting design: made by light | lichtplanung
Engineers, Architects: Bau-Institut Hamburg Harburg; Gerhard T. Hertig
Custom-made luminaires “Alte Post”: EOS – Helmut Loos
Photos: Christof Fielstette

Light for World Duty Free

Enjoy the Path of Light

The walk-through Dufry Stores combine worldwide different areas, such as designer brands, beauty products, food and technology. Highlighting products by creating an inverted “path of light” is our main goal as well as to inspire customers to have a pleasant shopping experience.

In some areas, lower ambient light levels allow to emphasize the products with accent light. In special areas light from the ceiling canopies and gondolas define and provide visual demarcation throughout the space.

Project: Light for World Duty Free
Client: World Duty Free Group SpA
Interior designers: Aleatoria Projects S.L., Madrid; Kombu Retail Design S.L., Madrid
Photos: Christof Fielstette, World Duty Free SpA

Masterplan Light Bad Neustadt / Saale

New light creates identity.

The city of Bad Neustadt / Saale realizes high quality projects with focus on urban development. In this context, we first analyzed the need for light in the nocturnal space. The subsequently developed lighting master plan combines sustainable solutions with efficient and intelligent lighting designs to enhance the urban environment.

As a design guideline, the master plan furthermore supports the continuous implementation of individual projects over the next years.
In addition to the lighting concept for the historical city centre – the entrances to the old town are another focus of the lighting master plan. For instance the “bridge to the old town” leads visitors the way to the city center after arriving by train.

The newly built city hall also represents a cultural “entrance” to the city centre. It is located at the southern entrance to the old town nearby the historic “Hohntor”. The reduced, functional architecture of the hall offers space for communication and encounters. The lighting design for the facade and the plaza in front supports this basic idea and at the same time pursues the concept of different mounting heights.

Project: Masterplan Light Bad Neustadt an der Saale
Client: Bad Neustadt an der Saale
Architects: pbr Planungsbüro Rohling AG (town hall), Architekten Stadtplaner Franke und Messmer PartGmbB
Photos: Michael Miltzow, Weimar (town hall), Gerhard Hagen, Bamberg

Kempinski Hotel Amman Conference Centre

The Kempinski Hotel in Amman, Jordan opened a new event and conference center in 2019. The modern extension building houses on 5 levels for instance the grand ballroom (>1250 m² ), a multi-purpose exhibition hall, a large outdoor roof terrace and three circular panoramic VIP conference rooms.

In cooperation with the international project team, we developed a lighting concept with numerous custom made luminaires. On one hand the lighting concept does fit to the overall design criteria of the exclusive interiors and on the other hand it supports the different events.

Project: Kempinski Hotel Amman Conference & Events Centre
Client: Kempinski Hotel Amman, Jordan
Interior designer: HBA Hirsch-Bedner and Associates, Dubai
Project management: Joe Nacouzi, Unilux sarl, Beirut
Completion: 2019
Photos: made by light – lichtplanung

tennis stadium “Rothenbaum”, Hamburg

Game, set and match.

After extensive renovation work, the tennis stadium at Rothenbaum was reopened to the public again for the Hamburg European Open 2020. Amongst to the Center Court, the “Players Center” and press center, the “Walk of Champions” and the plaza were also redesigned.

In cooperation with the project team, we developed a lighting concept with numerous custom made luminaires. On one hand the lighting concept does fit to the overall design concept of the stadium and on the other hand it supports the diverse functions.

For example, the center court got a modern sports event lighting that can be controlled via an app. The Players Center appears in a balanced mixture of diffuse and brilliant light. The stars of previous tournaments are staged on the “Walk of Champions” and the press center with TV studio offers international journalists ideal working conditions.

Project: Tennis Stadium am Rothenbaum, Hamburg
Client: Deutscher Tennis Bund e. V.
Design concept and project management: ECE Projektmanagement GmbH & Co KG
Architects: Dalpiaz + Giannetti Architekten, Paul Schüler – Architekten
Custom-made luminaires: Signify GmbH
Completion: 2020
Photos: Jörn Hustedt, Christof Fielstette (courtesy of MatchMaker Sports GmbH)

Redesign of the “Wiedekind” area, Frammersbach

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

 

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

 

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

 

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

 

 

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

 

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

Something new begins …

A multifunctional ensemble of buildings with a supermarket, residential complex and event space was created on the former site of a textile factory. The adjoining green belt provides access to the local recreation area and invites you to linger.

The light planning supports the design concept of multifunctionality and at the same time it pursues the concept of different mounting heights. The bespoke mast luminaires on the event space are reversible and can give sspace to the temporary buildings if necessary.

Project: Neugestaltung des Wiedekind-Areals, Frammersbach
Client: Markt Frammersbach
Architect: arc.grün – Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner
Completion: 2018
Photos: Angela López-García, Christof Fielstette

High water protection in Miltenberg

 

Presence meets Past

 

The main goal for the promenade along the River Main was to create a pleasant environment with green and recreation areas.

 

Intelligent light planning supports these goals, while integrating a concept of varying light levels. Following our main principle, the light blends in softly with the urban and historical space.

 

Project: High water protection in Miltenberg
Client: City of Miltenberg
Architect: Holl – Wieden – Partnerschaft, Stadtplaner und Architekten
Completion: 2017
Photo: Andi Albert, Gerhard Hagen

 

 

Presence meets Past

 

The main goal for the promenade along the River Main was to create a pleasant environment with green and recreation areas.

 

Intelligent light planning supports these goals, while integrating a concept of varying light levels. Following our main principle, the light blends in softly with the urban and historical space.

 

Project: High water protection in Miltenberg
Client: City of Miltenberg
Architect: Holl – Wieden – Partnerschaft, Stadtplaner und Architekten
Completion: 2017
Photo: Andi Albert, Gerhard Hagen

 

House of the World’s Cultures, Berlin

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Unification of contemporary arts

Visual and performing arts. Music, literature and film. Scientific discussions and digital media. Everything is combined to a unique program. As part of a competition, the “HKW” – House of the World’s Cultures – in Berlin’s government quarter needed to be updated to today’s technical standards, while the historical structure of the building was to be maintained. Our lighting concept of the competition intended to put the existing glass brick facade into scene via the use of hidden LED-lights. The formerly rather inconspicuous entrance area is now highlighted and can therefore guide visitors perfectly.

Project: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
Client: Kulturveranstaltungen des Bundes in Berlin GmbH
Architect: DFZ Architekten | Hamburg
Designers, Scenographers: Skope inventive spaces, Hamburg
Competition: 1. Platz: 2014

„Uzwei“ – Fashion store Unger, Hamburg

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Lifestyle store with the character of a Magazine

Uzwei is a sister store to the well-known traditional Hamburg fashion store Unger for young women. Like a fashion magazine the so-called “Editorial store” in Hamburg’s new shopping mall “Kaisergalerie” combines various sections such as designer brands, beauty products, flowers or a cafe. Our modern light concept creates a pleasant and inspiring atmosphere inviting you to stay. Naturally, energy-efficient lights are used.

Project: Uzwei – Modehaus Unger, Hamburg
Client: Unger GmbH & Co. KG
Architect: Gerhard T. Hertig
Photos: Jörn Hustedt

Church St. Gertrude, Hamburg

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Lighting moods

In the course of extensive renovation work of the St. Gertrud church one requirement was to implement a new lighting system. Our lighting concept is based exclusively on the use of LED-lights: They can be lighted or dimmed depending on the ceremony or time of day via a light control system creating individual lighting moods. For the nave we developed unique pendulum lamps, which complement the historic architecture with their timeless form.

Project: Church St. Gertrude, Hamburg
Client: Evangelical Lutheran Church Community St. Gertrud
Architect: BIHH Bau-Institut Hamburg-Harburg
Photos: Jörn Hustedt

German University of Technology

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Thinking ahead when planning lights

Electric light has changed life in the cities since the end of the 19th century. It created a new and fascinating world, illuminating the night.
Nowadays it is clear that when dark places are turned into bright and friendly areas, people feel at ease and safe.
Our lighting master plans analyze the requirements of cities or large new construction projects, such as the German University of Technology in Oman. They combine sustainable solutions with efficient and intelligent lighting designs to enhance this urban environment.

Project: Lighting masterplan for the German University of Technology, Barka, Oman
Client: Oman Educational Services LLC
Architect: Hoehler+Partner, Oman LLC
Photo: Andreas Herrmann on behalf of Hoehler+Partner, Oman LLC
Figure: made by light – lichtplanung

 

 

 

Multipurpose Hall of the Friedenschule Schweinfurt

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Dialogue of artificial and daylight

The new double sports hall of the Friedenschule Schweinfurt is thoughtfully unified with the former old school complex without dominating it. Even with its striking light and colour design, it presents a modest multifunctional hall, which is also used as a large and bright auditorium.

Our lighting concept follows the example of the plain architecture. Ceiling lights and LED light bands follow the symmetry of the building; artificial and daylight are well balanced. A daylight depending light control system ensures energy saving usage of lights.

Project: Auditorium and double sports hall of the Friedenschule Schweinfurt
Client: City of Schweinfurt
Architect: Urban development and municipal works service Schweinfurt
Electrical consultant: Ing.-Büro Bopp GmbH, Schweinfurt
Photos: Volker Martin

 

 

 

 

 

Norddeutscher Regatta Verein: Clubhouse at the Outer Alster

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Beautiful view – Unexpectedly efficient

NRV with the headquarter in Hamburg, is one of Germanys oldest and largest yacht and sailing clubs. Their new clubhouse was rebuilt in the finest location at the Outer Alster lake. On four levels the sailclub houses modern training and conference rooms as well as the exclusive sailor lounge. Modern interior enhances the sailclub’s traditional atmosphere of over 100 years.
We were responsible for the lighting design based on LED technology and developed special custom-made lights. Key of the lighting concept was to accentuate the unique location of the building during day- and nighttime. In addition, we presented an extremely energy-efficient solution.

Project: Norddeutscher Regatta Verein: Clubhouse at the Outer Alster
Client: Norddeutscher Regatta Verein, Hamburg
Architect: BDS Bechtloff Steffen Architects in cooperation with Roschke, Franzen and Partner
Interior designer: Hennings Börn Interiors
Photos: Jörn Hustedt

 

 

 

 

House of Media Osterholz-Scharmbeck

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Learning together requires good light conditions

The media centre on the campus is a modern educational institution combining educational and life-long learning. It offers a library, media centre, archive and a combined canteen and assembly hall. Our light concept is as diverse as the functionality of each of the rooms: The lights are arranged in a varying pattern and follow the axes of the building consistently. This way the light creates a lively atmosphere and orientation and it picks up the colour concept of the outer facade, which resembles a colourful patchwork carpet.
oder: This way the light creates a lively atmosphere, while it takes up the multi-coloured concept of the outer facade.

Project: House of Media Osterholz-Scharmbeck
Client: City of Osterholz-Scharmbeck
Architect: Trapez Architektur / Dirk Landwehr
Photos: Meike Hansen

 

Emerald Laminata, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

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Ocean made of glass and light

The unique installation in the metro station of the international airport Kaohsiung was developed in cooperation with artists, architects and engineers from Canada, Europe and Asia: Two relief walls made of 10.200 individually cut emerald glass panels with a total weight of 70 tons – each 15 m long, 3.5 m high and a depths of 4-22 cm. It is the biggest 3D-glass sculpture in the world. We developed a lighting control that fills the artwork with life and makes it appear like a shining water surface, in which the sunlight is reflected.

Project: 3D-glass-sculpture in a metro station (International Airport Kaohsiung (KHH), R4 Station, Taiwan)
Artist: Lutz Haufschild, North Vancouver, Canada
Architect: Charles C. Chen Architects, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Project manager and photos: Arne Fiedler

 

Hochtief House, Berlin

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A step ahead with 100% LED-technology

Hochtief builds administration buildings to sell them afterwards. Trendsetting and energy-efficient buildings are the key factor to maintain the value of the object. Hochtief’s subsidiary in Berlin was the first office building in Europe to be equipped with 100% LED-technology. The DGNB awarded silver certification in 2012.

In 2010 Christof Fielstette (made by light – lichtplanung) designed a unique new luminaire together with Tobias Grau with direct and indirect LED-light providing high visual comfort.

Project: Hochtief Haus Berlin
Client: A.L.E.X – Bau GmbH
Architect: Bernd Albers – Prof. Dipl.Ing. Architekt BDA
Photos: Jörn Hustedt

 

 

 

 

ZDF Newshighway, Mainz

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Good news at any time

Up to 50 employees working together in a modern open-plan office needing optimal lighting conditions at any time – day- or night-time. These were the conditions for our light concept. We developed special workstation lights with indirect light, which are regulated by a global daylight-based room control system. Each user can adjust his direct component of light according to his needs. Therefore good lighting conditions are constantly secured at all times.

Project: ZDF Newshighway
Client: Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen
Architect: Kleebach, Schmitt, Bergmann Architekten, Mainz
Photos: Christof Fielstette

 

‘Mainlände’ Schweinfurt

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LED-technology in urban spaces

The city of Schweinfurt realizes high quality projects, one focus is on urban development. Main goal for the promenade (Mainlände) along the River Main was to create a pleasant environment with green and recreation areas. At the same time it was important to plan a pathway with easy access into the city center of Schweinfurt.

Intelligent light planning supports these goals, while integrating a concept of varying light levels. Mainly LED lights (3000 K) were used, which can additionally be dimmed after 11 p.m. (night lighting).

Project: Mainlände Schweinfurt
Client: City of Schweinfurt
Architect: Heinz Jahnen Pflüger – Stadtplaner und Architekten Partnerschaft
Photo: Andi Albert

Administration centre of Wagner & Co, Cölbe

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Administration centre of Wagner & Co, Cölbe

The sun forum is the second passive office building by Wagner & Co in Cölbe. It is the result of an architect competition, which the company put out to tender in 2009. The Berlin architect company FHS convinced the jury with their concept and the new sun forum was completed in July 2012.

Together with Dr.-Ing. Friedrich Sick, Berlin, we were responsible for the energy-efficient light planning. We provided an effective lighting concept adequate to the user at all times.

Project: Administration centre of Wagner & Co, Cölbe
Client: Wagner & Co Solartechnik GmbH
Cooperation partner bdNET: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Friedrich Sick, Berlin
Architect: Freitag Hartmann Sinz Architects, Berlin
Photos: Wagner & Co, Cölbe

 

 

 

 

Forum for Education and Culture, Nürnberg

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‘Südpunkt’ – Learning in the best light

The goal was to produce a variable offer for all population groups and social classes to integrate optimally lifelong learning, vocational training and cultural encounters. This was the fundamental idea to unite the educational centre of Nuremberg, the authority for culture and recreation and the city library together under one roof. The luminaires fit perfectly into the building’s design increasing the comfort for each of the rooms.

Project: Südpunkt – Forum for Education and Culture, Nürnberg
Client: City of Nürnberg
Cooperation Partner bdNET: Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Leiser, Würzburg
Architect: Kuntz + Manz Architekten, Würzburg
Photos: Michael Aust für Kuntz + Manz Architekten

 

Custom made LED-luminaire

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A step ahead with 100% LED-technology

Hochtief builds administration buildings to sell them afterwards. Trendsetting and energy-efficient buildings are the key factor to maintain the value of the object. Hochtief’s subsidiary in Berlin was the first office building in Europe to be equipped with 100% LED-technology. The DGNB awarded silver certification in 2012.

Already in 2010 Christof Fielstette (made by light – lichtplanung) designed a unique new luminaire together with Tobias Grau with direct and indirect LED-light providing high visual comfort.

Project: Hochtief Haus Berlin
Client: A.L.E.X – Bau GmbH
Architect: Bernd Albers – Prof. Dipl.Ing. Architekt BDA
Photos: Jörn Hustedt

Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Wiesbaden

Just light not luminaires

Today the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Wiesbaden is located in the former “Erbprinzenpalais” (Palace for the Heir to the Throne) of Wiesbaden.
We have complemented extensive renovations of this building with our lighting concepts during the past 10 years. From the beginning we have used almost invisible light fixtures, which fit perfectly with the classicist architecture of the palace.
The discreet illumination of the imposing columns and the dominant centre gable is an example of the gentle and tasteful usage of the lights. At the same time its maintenance becomes very easy and comfortable. The latest project in 2013 was the new three-storey glass cube in the inner courtyard, which is used as training and convention center.

Project: Industrie und Handelskammer (CCI) Wiesbaden
Client: Erbprinzenpalais & IHK-Bildungscampus
Architect: Schön & Rückoldt Architects, Wiesbaden
Custom-made luminaires: Arne Fiedler Lightsolutions
Photos: Mathias Klenke

 

 

Intersport Heinzel, Biberach an der Riss

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Three disciplines of light

To put high-quality brand-name products in scene in an athletic world. To create an atmosphere encouraging you to exercise and to try something new. To inspire customers and to get them to stay longer. Our concept fulfills these goals by using three kinds of light: Light to see – general lighting in the sales area, Spotlight – optical highlighting of certain products and light creating moods – individual lighting objects, which can produce a dramatic or pleasant atmosphere. Hereby, the world of sports becomes vivid in its full diversity.

Project: Intersport Heinzel in Biberach an der Riß
Client: Sport Heinzel GmbH & Co KG
Architect: Konrad Knoblauch GmbH
Photos: Jens Pfisterer on behalf of Konrad Knoblauch GmbH

 

Dia:Beacon

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Dia Art Foundation, NY
Photos: Christof Fielstette

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Tourist-Information Schweinfurt 360°

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Light meets history

In the historic entrance hall of the old city hall with its cross vault Old and New are combined effectively: A structure made of rectangular partition screens with changing heights forms framed perspectives. All lights are already integrated into the building structures and are directed upward. This indirect light lets the vault shine, which accentuates the interaction of history and modernism. For this concept the city Schweinfurt was awarded the tourism/architecture prize “artouro2011”.

Project: Tourist-Information Schweinfurt 360°
Client: City of Schweinfurt
Architect: Stadtplanungsamt der Stadt Schweinfurt
Photos: Volker Martin on behalf of City of Schweinfurt

St. Elie Greek Catholic Cathedral, Beirut

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Inside the Cathedral

This was the kick-off to several sacral building projects and at the same time our first of meanwhile more than 150 projects in the Near and Middle East. The light blends in softly with the architecture. It produces a soft appearance and sets special accents. At the same time a high visual comfort is ensured. Pendulum lamps provide a pleasant second and lower lighting Level.

Project: St. Elie Greek Catholic Cathedral, Beirut, Lebanon
Client: St. Elie Greek Catholic Community
Cooperation Partner: Joe Nacouzi, Unilux sarl, Beirut
Photos: Nadim Asfar on behalf Unilux sarl, Beirut

 

(Deutsch) Licht, wie wir es sehen

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(Deutsch) „Die Lichtgestalten/r“

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