• Marunouchi Tokio Marine

      Project

      Building type
      Of­fice, Cul­ture
      Location
      Asia, Japan, Tokio
      Project time frame
      2021 — 2025
    • B-One

      Project

      The new corporate headquarters for Berlin Hyp is intended to showcase the bank's sustainable vision while at the same time contributing to the urban development of the surrounding area. Planted terraces, a roof garden and a newly designed inner courtyard bring the greenery of the surrounding streets up to the roof. Photovoltaic modules are integrated into the natural stone façade grid to produce the bank's own electricity. The aim is to achieve DGNB Platinum certification.

      The building offers various zones for a wide range of activities, from active exchange in a team, with customers or in large groups, to concentrated work at individual workstations. Our lighting design includes the public areas such as entrances and atrium, the office floors and the outdoor areas. Workplace lighting controlled by smart technology with the help of sensors not only meets sustainability requirements, but also offers a high degree of individualisation.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2020 — 2024
    • Konferenzzentrum Mauerstrasse

      Project

      3 ministries share a large conference center in Berlin Mitte on Mauerstrasse. We were able to optimize the daylight glare with fabric louvers. The lighting can create a wide variety of moods and specifically increase the blue of the sky light. The pictures show the full spectrum of possibilities.
      In addition, there was the development of special luminaires: A luminous mobile with dichroic filters and solid glass blocks, and glass luminaires filled in the entrance to the Ministry of Family, Women, Children and Senior Citizens.
      Both luminaires were developed by us for the project.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2021 — 2023
    • Louis Vuitton Vienna

      Project

      Graben in Vienna is the city's most prominent street. At its head is the building in which Louis Vuitton opened its store in 2023. In close coordination with the Federal Monument Conservator of the Republic of Austria, we succeeded in obtaining approval for the first façade lighting on the Graben. This makes the building a set gem in the façade sequence and additionally strengthens it with its unique façade color within the Graben façades. We developed mounting elements as extruded aluminum profiles that fix the LED lights, the cable routing and the pigeon protection. LMVH entrusted us with the complete development of the façade lighting in all service phases, including project supervision.
      The last picture shows our visualization.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Ur­ban Space, Re­tail
      Location
      Europe, Austria, Vienna
      Project time frame
      2023 — 2023
    • German Health Ministry

      Project

      For the Federal Ministry of Health we designed wall lights made of massive glass blocks. Some of the glass blocks are backed with dichroic color filters and change the perceived color of light depending on the angle of vision. We used blue tones towards the window facade and orange and yellow filters towards the inner back wall.

      Building type
      Mon­u­ment, Cul­ture, Of­fice, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2019 — 2023
    • ZEBRA Deloitte

      Project

      The facade in its progression, materials, lighting and detail was designed by us. It is the unique feature of the ZEBRA located on Frankfurt's Europaallee. The lighting for the work areas reflects the work environments developed by Deloitte and illuminates the different areas with spotlights and decorative luminaires to give expression to the utmost individualization of each area.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Ur­ban Space, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Frankfurt am Main
      Project time frame
      2019 — 2022
    • DFB-Academy

      Project

      The German Football Association (DFB) is Germany's largest athletic association. But it did not have a national training center. Which makes the DFB Academy a highly unique project–a new kind of space meant to bring together people of all ages and athletic abilities.
      The architects use a large boulevard to connect the large complex of offices, playing fields, restaurants, fitness and hotel rooms.
      The concept for the lighting design is based on the idea of an outside boulevard. The colors for the ceiling areas were chosen by us to be in two different blue tones without any lighting fixtures mounted in this "sky," the illumination of which is of central importance to create the illusion of light from above all the way down into the darkest areas.
      The lighting on the city boulevard below it is animated and varied making the 230-meter-long route a diverting and entertaining one.
      We designed a six-meter-high tree made of lights to serve as the central feature on the market square. It is constructed out of high jumping poles and consciously symbolizes a niche sport in the DFB.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Hos­pi­tal­i­ty, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Frankfurt am Main
      Project time frame
      2017 — 2022
    • Heinrich Campus

      Project

      The workplace as a stage with the most diverse range of areas.
      The lighting design here is based on a system of busbars that are very flexibly fitted with different kinds of luminaires.
      A luminous color of 3000 K and the brilliance of the luminaires, together with the materials, create a special kind of coziness with a highly pleasant liveability in the rooms.

      The foyer and the two floors in the entrance area are multifunctional. A grid of flush-mounted busbars and downlights are integrated into the lamellar structure of the ceiling.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Düsseldorf
      Project time frame
      2019 — 2022
    • MY.B

      Project

      The structure of the "MY.B" facade, with the building's striking soffits and length, led to the idea of illuminating the facade using laser projection.
      The soffits stick out as the prominent structural feature of the building's form and serve as the perfect backdrop for the glancing views along the front. The dynamic of the commuters coming into the city in the morning and leaving in the evenings going northward can be experienced in the similar movement of the light.
      The newest generation of laser technology and automation are used on the "MY.B" building.
      Depending on the situation, the lighting can vary between restrained static motifs and very dynamic geometries with long-distance effects.
      The system consists of two laser projectors that are integrated into bespoke outdoor cases that have been mounted on the upper section of the columns.
      Power consumption is about 90 to 150 Watts max. per projector, which is, for this specific use, about 50% below the requirements for LEED Gold or Platinum Certification and can therefore be considered as the most energy-efficient facade lighting.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2017 — 2020
    • Alter Wall

      Project

      The architectural ensemble at Alter Wall 2-32 is composed of five buildings directly next to Hamburg's City Hall. The historically listed block was renovated to house shops, restaurants and high-end office space, including a large interior courtyard. Central importance has been given to the new Bucerius Passage, an arcade with bridge that now serves as a new and important passageway in Hamburg's city center.
      We designed special lighting fixtures for this arcade: a pendant luminaire of a hyperboloid construction that is distinguished by interlaced metal bars from which light rings hang. Hidden in these rings are fixed light points that illuminate the floors and ceilings of the passageway and colonnade. The dimensions of the lighting fixtures vary widely depending on their position in order to match the given spatial dimensions.
      These large-format light objects create a light motif visible from afar that harks back to the grand historical Alster arcades and gives this special place a festive atmosphere in the evenings.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Mon­u­ment
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Hamburg
      Project time frame
      2016 — 2019
    • FLOAT

      Project

      In the Media Harbour of Dusseldorf, the office complex "FLOAT“ represents an architectural highlight, conceptualised by Pritzker-Award winner Renzo Piano. Kardorff Ingenieure were involved in the project for all aspects of artificial light and daylight planning.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Düsseldorf
      Project time frame
      2019
    • Kaiser Hof

      Project

      Kaiser Hof is positioned as an exclusive office property on Kaiser-Wilhelm-Ring in Cologne. The lighting concept supports the bright and communicative atmosphere of the 12,000 m² rental area. A room-high mirror in the entrance area visually multiplies the distinctive object luminaires.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Cologne
      Project time frame
      2019
    • KPMG Berlin

      Project

      The new headquarters of KPMG AG Advisory Services are situated in direct neighbourhood to Berlin main station and the government district. The lighting concept features integrated facade uplighting. It supports the facade structure with vertical pilaster strips and ceiling plates that vary in their protrusions and setbacks. Through the asymmetric lighting in the facade setbacks, different impressions are produced related to different perspectives. The building aims
      to be certified with DGNB Platin.
       

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2018
    • SIGNA Real Estate Berlin

      Project

      The German headquarter of the largest project developer in Europe is located at the top of the Upper West Tower in Berlin. The interior design captivates with its unusual concept. Materials inspired by industry, such as metal and concrete, combine with the more domestic woods and textiles to yield a contrast-rich interior with an especially warm lighting atmosphere.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2018
    • Volkswagen Headquarters Germany

      Project

      The multistorey administrative building completed in 1959 underwent thorough refurbishment to meet contemporary expectations of a corporate headquarters. The building received two new entrances with flying roofs that noticeably complement the older building.
      The office lighting design has linear lighting fixtures integrated into the ceiling. The arrangement of luminaires underscores the lightness and refinement of the building in its nocturnal effect. At our suggestion, the luminaires are placed in a channel custom designed by us to include all of the building automation: sprinklers, loudspeakers, ventilation outlets, etc. The space in which to position all of these elements was very constricted, making their placement in the channel a particular challenge that had to be closely coordinated with the architects and building technicians. As a result, the ceiling is now extremely clear in its structure and remains free of any other fixtures or installations.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Mon­u­ment, In­dus­try
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Wolfsburg
      Project time frame
      2013 — 2018
    • Art Invest Headquarters

      Project

      With the modernization of the office building at Enggasse 3 in Cologne, Art Invest Real Estate has put to use new technical solutions for office space lighting in its own headquarters.
      The functional lighting is designed to align with the circadian rhythm. The lighting control system adjusts the color temperature and illumination intensity to match the progression of the day. The program can be overridden by the user to adjust the light in a given room. The glare-free and homogeneous direct light, the authentic appearance of the indirect components and the mixing of the two color temperatures were determined specifically for this project in cooperation with the manufacturer, thus jointly advancing the product's development

      Building type
      Of­fice, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Cologne
      Project time frame
      2016 — 2017
    • Palais Holler

      Project

      The representative office and retail building fits seamlessly into the magnificient buildings at the boulevard Kurfürstendamm in Berlin. In addition to the facade, the garden in the courtyard and all public areas in the building were illuminated by Kardorff Ingenieure. The careful detailing of all design elements as well as the noble materials are set in scene.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2017
    • Turmcenter

      Project

      The changing golden light ceiling element was developed by Kardorff Ingenieure uniquely for this project. The lights shine between two metal lattice planes to ensure a special depth effect like a Moirée. A mirror installed on the back side of the lobby additionally stretches the perspective of the hall.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Frankfurt am Main
      Project time frame
      2016
    • Atrium Tower

      Project

      Extensive modernization of the former Debis building with the Renzo Piano Building Workshop. Kardorff Ingenieure supervised the DGNB gold-certified project from planning to execution for the 22-storey, 106 meter-high office tower, the spectacular atrium with adjacent lobbies and entrances, as well as the new exterior illumination. Already completed in 2015, the Sky Office showroom is located on the eleventh floor.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2015
    • Heilig-Geist-Passage

      Project

      Following the motto "light attracts people" the DomAquarée passage was shaped more friendly and inviting by installing large pendant luminaires. For additional extraordinary lighting effects cylindrical hanging lamps were designed. By using controllable LED rings inside different light scenarios are possible. These possibilities reach from atmospheric lighting with warm white light in the evening to dynamic, colored setups for special occasions.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Re­tail, Res­i­den­tial, Ur­ban Space, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2015
    • Allianz Headquarters Switzerland

      Project

      For the new construction of the Allianz headquarters in the Richti-Areal in Wallisellen Zurich, the ergonomics of the workstation lighting were of great importance, as was the energy efficiency of the interior illumination (“minergie”).

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Switzerland, Zurich
      Project time frame
      2014
    • Federal Ministry of Education and Research

      Project

      Between the Charité and the banks of the Spree, not far from the main train station, is the new location for the administrative seat of the Federal Ministry.
      The building has been given “gold” according to the standards for sustainable construction of federal buildings (Nachhaltiges Bauen für Bundesgebäude / BNB); certification according to “DGNB Gold” is being striven for.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2014
    • Trianon

      Project

      The Trianon is one of the highest skyscrapers in Frankfurt. Kardorff Ingenieure’s design for the ceiling and lighting shapes the new image of the building from the street facade through the lobby all the way to the elevators.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Frankfurt am Main
      Project time frame
      2014
    • KölnTurm Lobby

      Project

      The KölnTurm is the highest office building in Cologne. Its façade by Jean Nouvel has become emblematic of the Cologne Media
      Park. The newly designed lobby was upgraded with an impressive wall of light and a media reception counter.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Cologne
      Project time frame
      2013
    • Mercedes-Benz Salescenter

      Project

      The Mercedes-Benz building contains office space for 1,200 employees, an impressive vehicle showroom, and a restaurant. Kardorff Ingenieure was responsible for designing the lighting of the inner areas and facade.

      Building type
      Of­fice, In­dus­try
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2013
    • Montgelas Park

      Project

      The new premiere quarter between Montgelasstrasse, Törringstrasse and Händelstrasse will offer not only residential units, but also over 8,000 m2 of exclusive office space along the Montgelasstrasse.
       

      Building type
      Of­fice, Res­i­den­tial
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      Project time frame
      2012
    • Vodafone Campus

      Project

      The innovative architectural design of the new headquarters for Vodafone in Germany reflects the team-oriented corporate structure. It connects high user quality with energy efficiency. The building is certified with LEED gold.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Düsseldorf
      Project time frame
      2012
    • F40

      Project

      The 2013 German Prize for Lighting Design in the category External Lighting was awarded to Kardorff Ingenieure Lichtplanung: The commercial building at Friedrichstrasse 40 closes the last gap in the urban axis. The project was also recognized with the distinction "best architects 12".

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2011
    • OLED Pendant Luminaire

      Project

      The world’s largest OLED chandelier according to a design by Kardorff Ingenieure Lichtplanung hangs in the presence of highly prominent art. It is suspended over seven meters in the stairwell of a foyer.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2011
    • Spiegel Headquarters

      Project

      The new Spiegel headquarters on the Ericusspitze forms the gateway to Hamburg’s HafenCity. The design by Henning Larsen Architects for the prominent structure won the international competition in 2007. Kardorff Ingenieure Lichtplanung designed the lighting for the special areas and the central atrium.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Hamburg
      Project time frame
      2011
    • Jameel Square

      Project

      The Jameel Square is a Grade A building which offers over 38,000 sqm including two floors of high-end retail below eight floors of prime office space, capped by a penthouse with a panoramic view of the city.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Re­tail
      Location
      Asia, Saudi Arabia, Dschidda
      Project time frame
      2010
    • Federal Ministry for Family, Seniors, Women and Youth

      Project

      New construction of the Federal Ministry along the Glinkastrasse connected up with the pre-war buildings in the Taubenstrasse and Jägerstrasse.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2009
    • Novartis Campus

      Project

      The Novartis Campus offers an optimal environment for innovation and research for 10,000 employees. Kardorff Ingenieure designed the lighting for the laboratory designed by Rafael Moneo in all areas except the labs.

      Building type
      Of­fice, In­dus­try, Hos­pi­tal­i­ty, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Switzerland, Basel
      Project time frame
      2009
    • 3-Leipziger

      Project

      At Leipziger Strasse 126, a new office building was constructed. The residential and commercial buildings “The 3 Leipziger” distinguish themselves through a top inner-city location on Leipziger Platz and Potsdamer Platz, across from the historic Bundesrat building and the Federal Ministry of Finance.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2008
    • Al Mas Tower

      Project

      With its function as a trading center for gold and diamonds, the Al Mas Tower assumes a central role in the urban landscape of the Jumeirah Lake Towers. At 340 meters tall, it is the highest of 80 skyscrapers in the new urban district.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Asia, United Arab Emirates, Dubai
      Project time frame
      2007
    • O2 Headquarters - Uptown Munich

      Project

      The 146 meter-high office high-rise presents itself as the new landmark in direct proximity to the Munich Olympic Stadium. Characteristic are the rounded glass corners on the building’s crown and in the floor plan, as well as the single-wall glass facade with electrically controlled quarter windows for natural ventilation of the office space.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Ur­ban Space, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      Project time frame
      2006
    • AutoUni Mobile Life Campus

      Project

      With the “Mobile Life Campus”, the Volkswagen AutoUni developed a new type of university. The master plan by HENN Architekten intended for five main buildings, a boarding house, and a communications forum on the 15 hectare-large area. Kardorff Ingenieure designed the artificial and natural lighting.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Cul­ture
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Wolfsburg
      Project time frame
      2005
    • E-Werk

      Project

      The former electric power substation now listed for historical preservation has become a popular venue in Berlin Mitte since 2005. The closed character of the industrial structure was transformed into a light, modern office building opening out into the city. Kardorff Ingenieure designed the entire interior and
      exterior lighting.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Mon­u­ment
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2005
    • E.ON Ruhrgas

      Project

      With this new building, E.ON Ruhrgas AG sets an example in terms of energy-efficient urban architecture. The main energy expenditure is reduced by 40% when compared to an administrative building following the traditional standard. The two elliptical office towers are each 63 m high and are connected by a glass atrium flooded with light.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Essen
      Project time frame
      2005
    • GAP 15

      Project

      In 2005 at the end of the renowned Königsalle in Düsseldorf, a 23-floor high-rise for Ernst&Young was built. Our light concept for the building includes the importance of its impact
      from a distance for the entire urban area. The dynamic basic design of the structure is underlined by a linear lighting pattern that becomes fainter as the lines travel toward the opposite ends. The project was overseen by our team during all phases ranging from the overall effect at night and the lighting of the workstations to the subterranean parking area and the daylight planning.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Düsseldorf
      Project time frame
      2005
    • House Huth

      Project

      Haus Huth is the only building on Potsdamer Platz originating from the German Empire that has survived the tumultuous history of Berlin virtually unscathed. It currently houses the Berlin office of the DaimlerChrysler concern.
      The house, unlit until 2004, was hauled out of the darkness by the lighting design of Kardorff Ingenieure and now stands with presence in its old place surrounded on all sides by modern architecture.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Ur­ban Space
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2005
    • Sky Office

      Project

      The 89-meter high Sky Office introduces itself as a new landmark on the Kennedyallee in Düsseldorf and offers a splendid view. The design by Ingenhoven Architects distinguishes itself through its high degree of transparency, overall sculptural shape, and roof as a crowning finish.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Düsseldorf
      Project time frame
      2005
    • Taunusanlage Frankfurt

      Project

      A shadow study was performed at the request of the Allianz Immobilien GmbH regarding the construction project at Taunausanlage 20 in Frankfurt am Main. We examined the influence of different building heights in terms of shading the nearby Opernplatz. For the shadow study, a three-dimensional urban model was created, and qualitative and quantitative evaluations were generated using our own software.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Frankfurt am Main
      Project time frame
      2004
    • BMW Research and Innovation Center (FIZ)

      Project

      The newest models of the BMW Group are designed at the Research and Innovation Center. Project groups with up to 100 employees work together in flexible, two-storey open rooms. Natural and artificial light interplay optimally in all areas of
      the building. Its external appearance at night has also been taken into account. The desk lamps specially designed for all of the workstations underscore the corporate design.

      Building type
      Of­fice, In­dus­try
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      Project time frame
      2004
    • DomAquarée

      Project

      The CityQuartier DomAquarée with a total rental space of 70,000 m2 not only offers individual shopping opportunities and gastronomical highlights, elegant apartments, flexible office spaces, and the four-star Radisson Blu Hotel, but
      also the SeaLife Center and a GDR museum.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Re­tail, Hos­pi­tal­i­ty, Res­i­den­tial, Ur­ban Space
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2003
    • UEC Tower 1

      Project

      Material studies were performed for the foyer and the special areas of Tower 1. The planned use of high-grade steel wall and ceiling liners was assessed in terms of light actinism. The images show in reflections of the luminaires how the direction of rolling and the surface pattern influence the light reflection.

      The project was not realized.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Frankfurt am Main
      Project time frame
      2003
    • DR Byen Danmarks Radio

      Project

      The Danish national broadcasting corporation (DR) has relocated and concentrated all activities at one new headquarter in Copenhagen. The lighting design encompasses the exterior lighting of the first building section (main studios and offices) and the central mall. Completion: 2003

      Building type
      Of­fice, In­dus­try
      Location
      Europe, Denmark, Kopenhagen
      Project time frame
      2003
    • Allianz A-Building

      Project

      A skylight covers the historic foyer. The original backlighting with linear fluorescent lamps did not give off any luminance and caused irritating images on the radial glass panes. The pendant luminaires placed at intervals give off a warm light in the interior space and form rings in the listral glass panes.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      Project time frame
      2002
    • Allianz Kai Frankfurt

      Project

      In 2002 on the Theodor-Stern-Kai am Main, with a direct view of the Frankfurt skyline, the new office and service center for nine Allianz insurance companies with approximately 2,500 employees was constructed. Kardorff Ingenieure designed the lighting for all of the special areas and the illumination of the facade.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Frankfurt am Main
      Project time frame
      2002
    • BCG - Boston Consulting Group

      Project

      For the BCG headquarter in Munich, the goals of the corporate architecture were analyzed before designing the light concept. Kardorff Ingenieure supplemented its team with sociologists, psychologists and business administrators.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      Project time frame
      2002
    • Friedrich-Carré Haus 148

      Project

      Within the glassed-in area facing the Friedrichstrasse, a thin rod of light (height: 21 m) was installed at a slightly tilted angle. Through its multiple reflections on the surrounding glass, a separate lighted space is created.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Ur­ban Space
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2002
    • Friedrich-Carré Haus 60

      Project

      We designed a solar reflecting system for the narrow lighted courtyard (5 x 5 m) in the residential building in the Friedrich-Carré. The rays of sun are reflected all the way down to the bottom of the courtyard. The mirrors are set at steep angles and provide for minimal shadowing of the direct incident light.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2002
    • Gläserne Manufaktur Dresden

      Project

      In Dresden, VW constructs its vehicles in a completely different way: in a production site made of glass visible to all. The light behind the transparent facades puts the production process on stage. Reflectors shine warm-toned, glare-free light
      directly on the high-quality industrial workplaces with studio character and, at the same time, avoid any exterior light emission to protect the adjacent nature park. The light follows the route of the vehicles until handover to the customers. Stage lighting for performances and cultural events complements this
      extraordinary presentation of the automobile.

      Building type
      Of­fice, In­dus­try, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Dresden
      Project time frame
      2002
    • Bugatti Headquarter Molsheim

      Project

      The new Bugatti can only be ordered at the former Bugatti guesthouse.  The building was gutted and fitted with elliptical ceiling panels.  The light corresponds to the exclusive, imposing character and the contrast between a baroque exterior and a modern interior.

      Building type
      In­dus­try, Re­tail, Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, France, Molsheim
      Project time frame
      2001
    • Office Schillstraße

      Project

      This Berlin office building was built by the architects Pysall/Rollenhagen from 1972 to 1974. Remodeling and modernization took place in 1999-2001 and were carried out under partial continued use.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2001
    • Indian Embassy, Berlin

      Project

      The new construction of the Indian Embassy in Berlin’s Tiergartenstrasse appears on the outside as cuboid with an interior cylindrical atrium. A soft lighting of the entire building is achieved from the peripheral security fence.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2001
    • Allianz connecting tunnel

      Project

      A tunnel passageway is turned into a scene of mixed colors through the lighting and color design. One enters a blue tunnel, but along the way the blue of the accordion-like walls loses its saturation and becomes superimposed by a yellow that increases in its intensity. On the way back, the experience replays itself in reverse.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      Project time frame
      2001
    • BCG- Boston Consulting Group, Berlin

      Project

      For the new branch office of the Boston Consulting Group, it was necessary to create a contemporary atmosphere that would particularly appeal to the young consultants and reflect Berlin’s image as a place of awakening.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2000
    • Allianz AG Representative Office Berlin

      Project

      A lighting solution was required for a conference room that would allow the user to not only use the light to respond to specific moods, but that would also allow for an unsurreptitious, continual, daylight-oriented, change in lighting. An elliptical luminous ceiling was equipped with diverse lamps which create the necessary color spectrum.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2000
    • Allianz Management Institute

      Project

      In Kempfenhausen on the shores of Starnberger See, the Allianz has a training center for its management. A subsequently built subterranean lecture hall was to be provided with daylight to the best extent possible.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Kempfenhausen
      Project time frame
      2000
    • BMW Desk Lamp "Circle"

      Project

      The Circle desk lamp was developed exclusively for BMW. With its handle of hand-sewn leather and casing in a cooling fins look, the lamp cites elements of motorcycle design. Analogous to the motorcycle, which embodies the most individual form of
      transportation, the lamp stands for individual light.  Design 2000

      Building type
      Of­fice, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      Project time frame
      2000
    • Procter & Gamble Research Center

      Project

      The research and administrative building for Procter & Gamble is located in Schwalbach am Taunus. The labs and open office areas are arranged around a glass-roofed atrium. Kardorff Ingenieure Lichtplanung was responsible for the daylight design of the facade, atrium and roof.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Schwalbach am Taunus
      Project time frame
      2000
    • ZVK Berlin

      Project

      Kardorff Ingenieure conducted a study of the effect on working conditions by a light-deflecting slatted window blind and a light reflector on the ceiling. The design of the natural light system was done by Bartenbach Lichtlabor in 1996.

      Building type
      Of­fice
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      1996 — 1997
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