As part of the renovation of the representative areas of the Haus des Deutschen Handwerks’ in Berlin Mitte, the lighting is being extensively revised. The lighting concept envisages upgrading the existing lighting as far as possible with modern lighting technology and also implementing new lighting integrated into the architecture. The combination of existing luminaires and integrated architectural lighting enables the lighting atmosphere in these areas to be controlled and fine-tuned. Thus, for the partially day-lit reception and exhibition areas on the ground floor, a daylight-controlled luminous ceiling is provided in addition to the historical wall luminaires. The lighting situation can therefore be individually adjusted to suit the large number of events taking place here, such as temporary exhibitions, lectures, and receptions.