With only 16 instead of 32 headlights, the facade of the Berlin city-West's historical landmark is illuminated. Thanks to the energy-efficient LED technology, the old tower ruin is set up with an upwards diminishing light intensity. Thus, detrimental scattered light is avoided and the blue windows of the buildings keep their original effect.
The destroyed church is a world-known war memorial and at any time a hotspot for Berlin tourists.
The tower ruin is optimally illuminated. A small scattered light underlines the character of the building complex.
The geometric complexity of the church required a 3D model for the calculation of the new illumination. Therefore, a drone was used for the first time.