Oldies but Goldies. No longer dewy fresh, no less relevant. Here we are generating a shortlist of our favourites with short descriptions.
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Four Points, Zurich, Switzerland
Conversion of the lobby, restaurant and bar areas of the Hotel Four Points in Zurich, Sihlcity
All ceilings and ventilation systems were not to be changed, so that the inventory of the ceiling situation was an essential basis for planning.
In the lobby and bar area, the materials and the strong yellow colour are emphasised by a harmoniously balanced lighting with accent spotlights and light coves.
Power track spotlights provide accentuated lighting for the tables, furniture and displays, while decorative pendant luminaires on the window facade create an intimate atmosphere. The visible structures and luminance levels also make the restaurant perceptible from the outside.
Luminaires have been developed for the middle room, which are attached to the furniture and thus give the tables their own allocation and a pleasant light. The light integrated into the furniture was also included in the planning.
The desired room atmosphere can be called up by the user via the lighting control system. The choice of illuminants and the compatibility of the dimmers enable the lighting mood to be extremely reduced in the evening.
Interior designer: Stylt Trampoli, Gothenburg, Sweden
Project management: Baulink AG, Switzerland
Kickz Flagship-Store, Hamburg, Germany
Shop lighting in the newly designed Hamburg Kickz Store
400 square meters of shop space on three floors. The new flagship store with showroom character presents products from the basketball and streetwear segments. A small indoor basketball court for testing the sneakers and high-resolution video displays will make the store the "basketball store of the future". Materials such as wood, cement and steel next to white walls with directional light make the colored products stand out.
Light objects mounted on the ceilings give the store a clean street look.
Interior designer: Parat, Hamburg
Photos: Kickz Never Not Ballin' GmbH
Meridian Spa, Hamburg, Germany
Meridian Spa Wandsbek, Hamburg, Germany
Interior designer: Büro Korb, Hamburg
Architect: Holst Becker Architekten, Hamburg
Photos: Klaus Frahm
Radisson RED, Brussels, Belgium
Radisson RED Brussels
Carlson Rezidor has opened the first European hotel of their new and innovative brand Radisson RED. Licht 01 was in charge of the development of the lighting design.
The Radisson RED Hotel, located within a short distance to the European Parliament in Brussels, redesigns the hotel lifestyle experience with their „Anti-Beige“ concept: „We’ve designed our places and spaces to be bold and eclectic. Bringing art to life in our architecture and throughout the hotel, it’s almost like a sleepover in a gallery.“
Interior designer: Graven, Glasgow, Scotland
Photos: Radisson RED
Weissenhaus, Old Horse Stable, Baltic Sea, Germany
Old Horse Stable at Grand Village Resort & Spa Weissenhaus, Baltic Sea, Germany
The former coach house, carefully renovated by the interior designers Korb, serves as an event building for the adjacent hotel resort Weissenhaus Grand Village Resort & Spa am Meer. Licht 01 was entrusted with the lighting design.
Seminar and conference rooms in different sizes are connected by a longish prefunction area with a lounge zone. A specially developed pendant lighting system connects the areas and blends in discreetly with the existing building. The cylindrical luminaire bodies have a direct indirect beam and are connected to a filigree support tube.
The components can be switched independently and allow the setting of differentiated lighting scenarios for various requirements. The masonry walls and wooden beam ceilings are emphasized and atmospherically effective.
Interior designer: Büro Korb, Hamburg, Germany
Lighting design/special luminaire development: Licht 01, Hamburg
Photos: Marc-Oliver Schulz, Hamburg
Olympus Showroom, Hamburg, Germany
Different lighting scenarios and colour changing set ups for the new Olympus Showroom in Hamburg
The showroom for highly technical medical devices such as endoscopes was built in a special part in the Olympus building in Hamburg.
Upon entering the corridor, the showroom is immediately noticed by its special atmosphere and opens up an extraordinary presentation with explanations and illustration of products. The different color temperatures are a special theme of the concept. The blue light, which is also used in the examination devices, is intended to create different light scenarios and at the same time create a reference to the devices themselves.
Different scenarios allow a pure white presentation of the showroom and the products, an overall blue colored atmosphere, as well as a blue atmosphere in which, however, the products are white and clearly illuminated.
Interior design: von Weichs Architekten, Hamburg, Germany
Client: Olympus Europa Holding GmbH
Photos: Licht 01, Juan Rivera
Award: Der Deutsche Lichtdesign-Preis 2015 (German Lighting Design Award)
BAG2GO showroom, Hamburg, Germany
BAG2GO – a seamless journey, Hamburg, Germany
BAG2GO is a subsidiary of the Rimowa Group, which is to establish the smart tagging system in aviation operations. Smart tagging technology means that the suitcase itself has a display and the passenger can check in the suitcase at home and then only needs to drop it of at the airport.
In the BAG2GO B2B showroom, partners from the aviation industry will be introduced to smart bag tagging technology. The complete process from packing the suitcase at home to checking it in at the baggage drop is presented spatially and medially as a journey of seamless comfort. From the Bag2Go brand room to a home area to the airport baggage drop, differentiated lighting scenarios are developed for various architectural settings.
In cooperation with the responsible design agency Juno, the spatial concept of the showroom was implemented. The experience of seamless travel without delay is staged scenically and becomes perceptible in the showroom.
Responsible design agency: Juno, Hamburg
Interior design: Studio Julian Appelius, Berlin
photos: Björn Lux
Radisson Blu Hotel, Kuwait
Radisson Blu Hotel, Kuwait City
During the four-year planning and construction period, the hotel was completely renovated inside and out. The result is a hybrid composition of a reduced, modern interior architecture and sophisticated lighting design. Our team had the task of designing the lighting for the entrance lobby with reception area, two restaurants and a conference area, meeting rooms and a banquet hall as well as the Executive Lounge on the 10th floor and the Presidential Suite.
Interior Design: Lundwall Architects, Gothenburg, Sweden
Outdoor Lighting Design: Kevan Shaw, Edinburgh, Scotland
Photos: Rezidor Hotel Group
Waterloohain 5, Hamburg, Germany
Nomination for the German Design Award 2015
We are pleased about the nomination for the German Design Award 2015 for a luminaire developed by us. For the new building in the Waterloohain media pool by Carsten Roth Architects, the lighting concept focused on the development of an energy-efficient basic lighting system for the office floors that is integrated into the architecture.
A specially developed indirect lighting profile was positioned centrally between the beams and supports the special ceiling structure. The luminaire was designed for indirect and efficient basic lighting. The filigree design reduces the luminaire to the essential.
Client: Fischer-Appelt GbR, Hamburg
Architect: Carsten Roth Architekt, Hamburg
Photos: Klaus Frahm, Hamburg
Luminale, Frankfurt a. M., Germany
Photophore: interactive facade installation, Luminale 2012
Photophore is a five storey veil of light situated along the river Main at the unique Seven Swans multi-functional restaurant, bar, office and hotel. Here, in the heart of Frankfurt, everyone is invited to take part in the festival of light. By scanning a QR code mounted on the facade the users are brought to a website, which allows them to interact with the veil.
The website invites you to swipe your finger across the touch screen of your smart phone, which will make the veil of light act as if it is being pushed, pulled, and thrown in response to input from the people on the street. The texture and dynamics of the veil adds a tangible materiality to the Seven Swans and gives the unique building a both ethereal and vivid expression when darkness falls.
The original concept is initiated by Jochen Schröder & Katja Winkelmann (Licht 01) who also planned the project, Martin Professional are responsible for hardware and installation and Kollision developed the interaction and programmed the interactive player.
The installation could be seen from the 15th to the 20th of April 2012 at Seven Swans, Mainkai 4, Frankfurt a. M., Germany
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Aja Hotels, Andersen GmbH & Co. KG, Art Invest Real Estate, Atlantic Hotel Hamburg, Audi, Baulink AG, Cinemaxx, Cinestar, Credite Suisse, Deutsche Börse Frankfurt, Deutsche Lufthansa, Deutsche Seerederei Hamburg, ECE Projektmanagement, Ernst Barlach Haus, Fährhaus Investment Group, Feuring, Fischer Appelt, Fraser Suites, Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg, Gebäudemanagement Schleswig-Holstein, Handelskammer Hamburg, Hansa Baugenossenschft, Hfba, Hotel Louis C. Jakob, IMAGO Treuhand AG, Intercontinental Hotelgroup, Hauptkirche St. Michaelis, Körber AG, Linstow AS, Marriot, Meridian Spa, Moxxi Hotels, Museum Altona, Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte, Otto Group, Palladium, Philipp F. Reemtsma Stiftung, Porsche Design, Radisson Hotelgroup, Ritz Carlton, Schulbau Hamburg, Seaside Hotels GmbH, SOS Kinderdörfer, Sprinkenhoff AG, Steigenberger Hotels, Steiner AG, Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg, Stöben Wittlinger, Union Invest, Vitos Kliniken
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