• Apassionata Showpalace

      Project

      The Apassionata Show Palace in Munich is the first element of the new leisure attraction, the Apassionata Park. The Show Palace distinguishes itself with its forceful architectural language that impressively translates the theme of equine adventure into built structures. Light serves as a central component of architectural expression. We were responsible for the facade lighting and the illumination of the foyer with a dynamic lighting installation. 

      Building type
      Cul­ture, Recre­ation, Lu­mi­naire
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      Project time frame
      2017
    • Promenade Square

      Project

      The Promenade Square in Munich is one the most prominent areas of the city. The subtle facade lighting blends the building with its surrounding.

      Building type
      Ur­ban Space
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      Project time frame
      2017
    • Romanpark

      Project

      High-end living quarters in Munich with an elegant lobby and matching luminaires. We designed the lobbies, outside and general areas.

      Building type
      Res­i­den­tial
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      Project time frame
      2016 — 2017
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • Sculpture by Frank Stella

      Project

      The sculpture by Frank Stella was examined using extensive light tests while still in storage at the art dealer’s in order to determine its range of effects. The empirically established light positions were geometrically transferred to the foyer and the lighting fixtures installed before the piece of art was mounted.

      Building type
      Cul­ture, Mu­se­um
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      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
    • 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
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