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A selection of projects and applications for your inspiration ...

ZF Forum, Friedrichshafen

Architecture: Büro Münzing, Stuttgart
Lighting design: LDE Belzner Holmes, Stuttgart
Photography: Büro Münzing, Stuttgart - Tom Ziora

Maximilianeum Munich

Lighting design: Schmidt König Lichtplaner, Munich
Architecture: frank & friker architekten, Munich
Client: Staatliches Bauamt Munich 2
Photography: Michael Heinrich, Munich

Baader Bank, Unterschleißheim

Architecture: Architekturbüro Baader, Munich
Design: Ingenieurbüro Pfeuffer, Munich
Photography: foto Krumnow, Bannewitz

BORA GmbH Niederndorf

Architecture: Guggenbichler + Wagenstaller, Rosenheim
Lighting design: Licht im Werkhaus, Raubling
Photography: Josefine Unterhauser, Bad Reichenhall


The entrance area of the Sophie Barat School opens into a spacious atrium that extends over two storeys with exposed-concrete seating steps and opens up the view through a glass front to the schoolyard.

CLEAR ceiling luminaires with a mix of direct and indirect light components set exciting accents and illuminate the atrium homogeneously.

1 zu 0 fürs Licht

The 410 m² sports hall in the basement features specifically developed ball-proof TENTEC downlights. Due to the secured protective screen made of thick PMMA, the LED is perfectly protected, further, due to well planned illumination, the ball is always perfect to see.

Good view from every seat

In the new classrooms, the furniture is often rearranged in rows, U-shapes or groups of tables, this places high demands on the glare-free view in the room.

The surface-mounted luminaires with high-precision microprismatic technology are the perfect solution for rooms with changing uses due to their all-round glare control.

The board lighting is provided by downlights from the ALPHABET ZONO product family. Featuring a shielding angle of α > 30° the downlights afford perfect glare protection across the board thereby complying with the highest quality class EN12464-1.

Sophie-Barat-Schule Hamburg

Client: Erzbistum Hamburg
Architecture: Haslob, Kruse und Partner, Bremen
Design: IWP Ingenieure, Schaller Warnke Peters Partnerschaft, Elmshorn
Installer: Fritsche Elektrotechnik, Norderstedt
Photography: Jan Haeselich, Hamburg


DRIVE Volkswagen Group Forum

Architecture: Prof. Christoph Mäckler Architekten, Frankfurt a.M.
Lighting design: RHEIN LICHT Beratende Lichtplaner, Dusseldorf
Photography: Ansgar Maria van Treeck, Dusseldorf

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Gymnasium Grünwald

Architecture: BKS Bauer, Kurz, Stockburger & Partner, Munich
Lighting design: H. Saegmüller, Lichttechnik & Design, Starnberg
Electrical design: IB Knab, Munich
Photography: Eberhard Franke, Munich;

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Klosterkirche Attel

Lighting design: Schmidt König Lichtplanung, Munich
Photography: Michael Heinrich, Munich

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Blavatnik School Oxford

Architecture: Herzog & de Meuron, GB
Lighting design: Hoare Lea Lighting, GB
Photography: Redshift Photography, GB

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Museum island Underground station, Berlin

Owner: BVG Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe
Architecture: Max Dudler, Berlin
Planning: SSF Ingenieure AG, Berlin | Pichler Ingenieure, Berlin | High Light, Berlin
Photography: Antonio Reetz-Graudenz, Berlin

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Jazzhall Hamburg

Architecture: Architekturbüro MPP, Meding Plan+Projekt GmbH,
Owner: Sprinkenhof GmbH
Photography: Daniel Sumesgutner, Hamburg

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