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Leibniz Colonnade

Berlin, Germany
Artificial Lighting

Kollhoff Architekten
Images: Ivan Nemec

The newly developed Walter-Benjamin-Platz in Berlin-Charlottenburg is composed by a sequence of suspended luminaires in the colonnades and is defined by the illumination of fountain and planting at night. The luminaire is the realization of the idea of a crystalline glass body in a decoration setting. Proportions and mounting height were designed considering light immissions for the rental units nearby. The induction lamp made long maintenance cycles for the operator possible.