The light cove emphasises the height of the space in the centre of the room. Accent lighting has a discreet appearance with recessed ceiling luminaires and white spotlights. Colette Store, Paris. Photographer: Edgar Zippel.
Light coves with changing colours reference the apparel in the shelves, communicating a holistic brand experience. Lacoste Showroom, Aubervilliers. Architect: Devanlay. Photographer: Dirk Vogel.
Black spotlights on the ceiling blend discreetly into the light ceiling of the Art Nouveau hall. The black frames of the tracks consistently transfer the black grid lines onto the white-plastered ceiling fields. Kiton, Milan. Architect: Franco Maggi, Milan. Lighting designers: Gruppo C14, Milan. Photographer: Dirk Vogel.
Luminaires are installed in a black ceiling duct to achieve a concise, graphic ceiling appearance. Ermenegildo Zegna, Milan. Photographer: Frieder Blickle.
A bare ceiling gives the space a raw atmosphere, and the suspended black track with spots intelligently reflects the black lines of the architecture. Giralt Sabateries, Game Shoes, Barcelona. Photographer: Sebastian Mayer.
An exposed concrete ceiling creates a raw, expressive character. The track installation is pragmatically surface-mounted. Pier 14, Zinnowitz. Architect: Harald Linde, Bäder Immobilien Usedom GmbH and Mark Bendow, Interior Environments Berlin. Photographer: Rudi Meisel.
Round recessed luminaires were unobtrusively integrated into the ceiling, allowing the linear geometry of the space to dominate. Zeiss Optik Kästner, Stuttgart. Architect and lighting designer: Labor Weltenbau, Stuttgart. Photographer: Thomas Pflaum.
The red ceiling forms a companion piece to the red carpet of the bookstore. White luminaires on white tracks give the space a linear dynamism. Dussmann das KulturKaufhaus GmbH, Berlin. Architect: ROBERTNEUN Architekten, Berlin. Photographer: Rudi Meisel.
The black colour of the ceiling is consistently continued in the luminaire colour, enabling a discreet luminaire appearance. BLACK SWAN, Beijing. Photographer: Sebastian Mayer.
The silver colour of the mobile furniture is reflected in the tracks and spotlights of the jewelry store. Niessing Shop in the Stilwerk, Düsseldorf. Photographer: Dirk Vogel.
The suspended structure of the tracks lowers the mounting height, enabling indirect illumination of the ceiling to brighten the space via the light structure. Benetton megastore, Kärntner Straße, Vienna. Architecture: Marc & Tino Wieser, MTM Textilhandel GmbH, Vienna, MVD Austria, frank rieper architekten, Vienna / Graz; interior & CI designer: Vincenzo De Cotiis, Milan. Photographer: Rudi Meisel.
Technical lighting in the form of spots is positioned to the side of the beam. The large pendant luminaires create a nostalgic flair. 14 oz. Store, Haus Cumberland, Berlin. Architect: s1 Architektur, Henning Ziepke, Ansgar Schmidt, Berlin. Photographer: Edgar Zippel.
Blue, diffuse ceiling lighting gives the shop an impression of height, and with warm white accent lighting creates a contrast-rich sense of emotion for the products. The Pro Shop in the CenturyLink Field soccer stadium, Seattle / USA. Architect: Rossetti Architects, Detroit / USA. Lighting designer: Devki RajGuru, LittleFish Lighting Inc., Redmond / USA. Photographer: Arnaldo Dal Bosco.
Luminaires are concealed from customers in a dark cove between the ceiling and wall, giving preference to the light and not the luminaire. Furla Store, Milan. Architect: APRIL. Photographer: Thomas Mayer.
The white ceiling channel creates a stark contrast to the dark ceiling. Luminaires are compactly integrated as cubes in the channel. Victorinox Flagship Store, London. Architect: Retailpartners AG, Switzerland, Daniel Wettstein, Wetzikon. Lighting designer: Neuco AG, Zurich, Thomas Lack. Photographer: Rudi Meisel.
Flush with the ceiling: spotlights are operated on ceiling-flush tracks – either with plaster trim profile or as a flanged track on suspended light structures. The result is a highly discreet ceiling appearance.
Ceiling surface-mounted: the surface-mounted track provides a quick and economic solution with retrospective installation.
Ceiling channel: integrating the lighting tools into a ceiling channel removes the luminaires as much as possible from the view of the observer.
Suspended: the pendant version with wire provides a pragmatic solution for installing tracks in high rooms or if ceiling mounting points are limited. Combining with a light structure provides supplementary indirect lighting to brighten the ceiling.
The concept of a starry sky is manifested in the irregular distribution of recessed luminaires. The large daylight apertures provide a cloud-like impression. Bory Mall, Bratislava. Architect: Massimiliano Fuksas, Rome. Photographer: Dirk Vogel.
Black tracks elegantly emphasise the linear appearance of the ceiling strips. Lanificio di Tollegno / Ragno, Milan. Architect and lighting designer: RetailDesign, Paolo Lucchetta, Milan. Photographer: Dirk Vogel.
Für ein klares Deckenbild werden die Deckeneinbauleuchten in zwei Reihen zusammengefasst. Die rechteckige Leuchtenform setzt einen Kontrast zu den organischen Ornamenten auf der Wand. Chaumet, Paris. Architekt: Fabienne Gelle. Fotograf: Dirk Vogel.
Das Raster der eng gestaffelten Lamellen verbirgt die Ansicht der darüberliegenden Strahler und lässt ein sehr homogenes Deckenbild entstehen. DREIPUNKT Möbel Showroom im Stilwerk, Stuttgart. Architekt: Bernd Schellenberg, DREIPUNKT International. Lichtplaner: Stephan Haubner, Wesenlicht, Stuttgart. Fotograf: Dirk Vogel.