• Heinrich-Heine-Garden

      Project

      The Heinrich Heine Gardens in the Heerdt district were planned as an exclusive urban quarter with its own identity and forward-looking safety and service standards.

      Building type
      Ur­ban Space, Res­i­den­tial
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Düsseldorf
      Project time frame
      2012
    • Klostergarden

      Project

      The condominiums have been designed according to a high standard and are located directly on the promenade at Hörsterplatz. Ranging from the spa all the way to the underground parking areas, only high-quality lighting fixtures have been used.

      Building type
      Res­i­den­tial
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Münster
      Project time frame
      2010
    • Mendelssohn-Bartholdy-Park 3

      Project

      The residential buildings on Potsdamer Platz are made of a natural stone foundation and stuccoed walls. The lighting for the colonnades, lobby, and all public areas was designed by us.

      Building type
      Res­i­den­tial
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2009
    • Lenbachgarden

      Project

      On the former site of the Ludwig-Maximilian University between the Sophienstrasse and Karlstrasse, an architectural ensemble was constructed consisting of a luxury hotel, two office buildings, and high-class apartments. Kardorff Ingenieure designed the lighting for the entire grounds and all publicly accessible interior spaces, entrances, and underground parking areas.

      Building type
      Of­fice, Ur­ban Space, Res­i­den­tial
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      Project time frame
      2007
    • Rocco Forte "The Charles Hotel"

      Project

      This five-star hotel in Munich belonging to the Rocco Forte Group located in London was a great challenge in terms of planning an individual and impressive lighting design with a highly ambient quality.

      Building type
      Ho­tel
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Munich
      Project time frame
      2007
    • Schloss Elmau

      Project

      Steeped in tradition, Schloss Elmau was built in 1916 as a cultural meeting place for friends and artists, and following a fire, redeveloped into a five-star cultural hideaway and several luxury spas. The mood of the light at this special place is influenced by warm gold reflections which are reminiscent of sun and moonlight when walking through the rooms, the four restaurants and the three luxury spas. The likewise warm-toned guestrooms allow for variations in mood with custom-designed
      and easy to use luminaires.

      Building type
      Ho­tel
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Elmau
      Project time frame
      2007
    • Globushouse Gottorf

      Project

      With its new globe of Gottorf, the new Globe House on the grounds of Gottorf Palace has become a noted international attraction since its opening in 2005.

      Building type
      Cul­ture
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Gottdorf
      Project time frame
      2005
    • Berlin Picture Gallery

      Project

      The lighting was adapted for a sculpture exhibit in the hall of the Gemäldegalerie.  The light fixture designed by Christoph Sattler and Thomas Albrecht was completed by us in terms of lighting technology. Targeted illumination of the sculptures made the desired three-dimensional presentation of the individual exhibits possible.

      Building type
      Cul­ture, Sys­tem De­vel­op­ment, Mu­se­um
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2002
    • Pforzheim City Library

      Project

      The center of the city library is formed by the foyer with its “reading eye”. This double ring of luminous ceiling and skylight combines daylight with an artificial light source. The different library levels are oriented around this open central hall.

      Building type
      Cul­ture
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Pforzheim
      Project time frame
      2002
    • Bar am Gendarmenmarkt

      Project

      The red lacquered walls with the mounted glossy panels of picture size form the basic design element of the Bar am Gendarmenmarkt. The light connects these two surfaces. A light color was selected which lets the coral red of the wall glow.
      Over the bar, a luminous ceiling which shimmers in a mellow red was hung down into the room.

      Building type
      Ho­tel, Sys­tem De­vel­op­ment
      Location
      Europe, Germany, Berlin
      Project time frame
      2001
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