Projects Application studies
Lighting technology in museums reconciles contrary requirements: visitors expect good visibility and attractively designed lighting for the exhibits, whereas curators require optimal protection.
Exhibitions and galleries
The scope of options for scenic lighting on artwork is vast, ranging from sober to dramatic and theatrical. The choice of lighting is based not only on staging shapes and materials in the best possible way; it also bears in mind the interpretive goal of the curator.
Residential houses and flats
Lighting not only changes the appearance of a living space. It also affects its atmosphere. Light even makes it possible to modify living space without physically altering it.
Retail, fashion and textiles
From shop window to entrance through display points and to the cash desk: even the simplest shopping experience follows a fixed sequence. Scenographic light and a zoned lighting con¬cept support and interpret these progressions and enhance each of them to create a 'staged' lighting experience.
Light in a shop takes on a wide variety of functions: it attracts attention, ensures optimal product presentations, is used for navigation and increases the well-being. Light also serves as a medium, to express seasonal themes such as a change of collections in the fashion industry by producing the appropriate atmosphere.
Cars and vehicles
Lighting at car dealerships focuses on the presentation of cars and accessories. Architectural lighting can further enhance the brand image by adding the right atmosphere to the room.
Urban area, countryside and garden
Transparent buildings are transformed at night into effigies shining from the inside out. The lighting concept inside carries over onto the outside and must be seamlessly combined with the outdoor lighting concept - including trees and other structuring elements in the garden and countryside.
Hotels, restaurants, catering
The world of hotels and catering establishments fascinates because of its variety. Light enables the interaction of space, time and atmosphere to provide a coherent scenography for guests.
Offices, agencies and medical practices
When lighting workplaces, a differentiated lighting concept has proven useful: individual desk lamps to light each work space and room lighting to create a pleasant atmosphere.