As a counterpoint to the severely formal architecture the client wanted a particularly warm light, which was achieved with a combination of low voltage and mains voltage halogen. The entire house has ceiling-to-floor glass fronts and so is highly visible from the outside. From there it is already apparent that the comprehensive lighting design creates real added value for the living atmosphere and at the same time meets all lighting requirements. The set back walls in particular are optically highlighted to accentuate the depth of the rooms.
Year of realisation: 2011
Architecture: Armin May, Biberach
Lighting design: Lichtgalerie, Munich / Uta Lehbach
Lighting: Più alto, Sento verticale, Sento faro singolo, Sento sistema quattro
Photography: Robert Sprang, Munich