2013 – Dispomedica GmbH is an innovative, family owned company in the helthcare-industry. We were asked to create the lighting design for the new headquarters of the company, close to Hamburg airport.
2012 – The office and commercial building in the center of Hamburg City was to be refurbished. One of the central points was to bring the façade back to its original state. A discreet illumination of the balcony railings was achieved with invisible LED-lines. Spotlights, equipped with special lenses to avoid unnecessary side light, precisely hig
2012 – Across from the opera in the center of Hamburg, a new office building was planned. From the beginning, a Gold certificate according to the DGNB (German Sustainable Building Council) was the aim and one of the reasons for an early assembly of the various partners of the team to plan and construct the building. Our office was asked to create
2012 – Directly next to the Opera in Hamburg, quite a large area of several buildings was taken down, making room for a new office building, which was named after the cinema which found its place again in the basement of the building: The Metropolishaus. The special challenge of this building was the foyer and reception being in the first floor.
2007 – The staircase and the façade were renovated as a part of the extensive reactivation of the business building. The interior staircase had been placed under a preservation order and was due for a sensitive approach to modern requirements, respecting at the same time the historical design elements. The stylistic elements of the façade were
2008 – The new headquarter of the Ahrenkiel Group was built with a nice view over the Hamburg Außenalster. The office lighting had to be very flexible; this was achieved by suspended luminaires with a DALI-tracksystem. A milestone on our reference list is the façade of the building: it is the first that we realized with LED-technique.
2007 – The restaurant ‘Ratsweinkeller’ in the Hamburg town hall underwent a change of operator, a change in concept and a name-change: it is now called ‘Parlament’. It consists of various dining and event rooms, each with its own lighting design. The main dining room is dominated by large custom-made shade lamps; the cross vaults were ill
2003 – The villa in one of the uptown residential areas of Hamburg was extensively renovated. The owner wanted indirect illumination for large parts of the house; this was developed in close cooperation with the plasterer: A special cove was designed, integrating the elements for the indirect lighting. The exterior illumination of the villa puts
2009 – An internationally renowned company expanded its Hamburg offices. The extension not only included offices and corridors but also a lounge. This lounge, freely accessible to the employees, is intended for various uses, also for events after normal working hours. The lighting needed to be flexible – it was put into practice with a dynamic
Professional lighting design is inseparable from architecture and its respective room functions. Thereby it is not an end in itself. It much more aims at emphasizing the architectural design and connecting it with functional and economic aspects. Through our creative ideas we bring aesthetics and functionality in line. In close cooperation with architects and principals, and thanks to innovative technologies, we develop a lighting design fitting perfectly to the given demands – aesthetically, atmospherically, energy efficient. Thus individual lighting concepts are developed for our principals; these can be professionally implemented also at a low budget.