To illuminate this imposing building, a patented spotlight system with projection glasses was used for the first time in Germany. Using this state-of-the-art technology, the facade is lit horizontally, free of glare, and very energy-efficiently. The power consumption is 2 kW, less than 1 Watt per square meter of facade.
The simple lighting foregoes any physical intrusion into the historic facade.
Urban Space +
Usually the illumination of buildings is connected with glare or diffused light in the surrounding areas. This projection technology allows the light to shine precisely and only on the desired surfaces.
This technology allows for precise projection of the light onto the surface.
Only two poles with four spots each are required. This means no mounting on the building itself and hardly any interference for the street. Restraint as precept for the already complex city.
Artificial Light +
The poles were developed by Kardorff Ingenieure for vibration-free mounting of the projectors (ICI system by Selux).