The German Museum of Technology in Berlin grabs attention in the urban space with a spectacular 'raisin bomber' installed on the building roof.
The light is precisely where needed to arouse the children's interest in sailor's knots.
ERCO light underlines the thematically arranged structure in the densely packed exhibition hall. All important elements of the ship's design on the Kurt-Heinz tugboat are easily identifiable at the same time.
Lighting with ERCO spotlights renders the flying object floating in the space perceivable for visitors.
The light ideally supports the design concept of displaying the historic aviation motor in suspended state.
The chemicals and pharmaceuticals department exemplarily demonstrates how light is able to fix attention and therefore essentially contribute to guiding visitors.
Light – the central element of the scenographic concept in the film technology department.
An oval flood lens effectively illuminates the long tender of a steam locomotive.
Precisely emitted, high-output ERCO light emphasises the details of the construction to reveal its aesthetic appeal.
Whether on vertical or horizontal surfaces – the Optec spotlights used here provide homogeneous illumination and high visual comfort.