Taxonomy: Exterior Lighting

  • Fasanenstraße 87

    Fasanenstraße 87

    Berlin, Germany

    For the roads, paths and car parks on the extensive area of the Federal Institute for Real Estate Tasks (BImA), a new energetic renovation of the lighting system was planned to reduce energy consumption and improve the poor lighting situation.  LED pole-top and wall surface-mounted luminaires with the latest prism technology enable precise light directing onto the areas to be illuminated.
    In addition to lighting the streets, car parks and paths, the entrances of the various buildings on the site were accentuated using light. One of the buildings of the Ensembles from 1905 is the ‘Cranzbau’, named after Prof. Carl Cranz, teacher at the Military Technical Academy to which Cranzbau belonged until the end of the Second World War. Due to its historical significance, the building is highlighted by the surrounding façade illumination. For the entrances of the building, lanterns were developed which corresponds to the baroque style of the façade. To emphasize the main entrance and the structure of the building’s façade facing Jebenstraße, the pilasters in the centre of the façade were accentuated by narrow-beam surface-mounted wall luminaires.

    • Client

      Bundesanstalt für Immobilienaufgaben (BImA)

    • Completion


  • Am Neuen Kranzler Eck

    Am Neuen Kranzler Eck

    Berlin, Germany


    • Client

      Difa - Deutsche Immobilien Fonds

    • Architects


    • Light Art

      Yann Kersalé

    • Completion


  • Kronprinzenpalais


    Berlin, Germany

    The lighting concept for the facade of the Kronprinzenpalais was developed while retaining the historical lighting elements. Special emphasis was placed on accentuating the 4 sandstone figures on the north side of the roof and the colonnades on the north and east sides in the night image. The existing lighting of the ‘Straße Unter den Linden’ was also taken into account in the planning process.


    • Client

      Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung, Abteilung VI

    • Completion

      in progress

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