Excellent quality of light and universality of design and light pattern were the requirements for the lighting concept of this villa, which now towers majestically above the sea after still being an abandoned ruin only two years ago. The lighting design by Occhio was also most convincing as it was possible to save 25% of the luminaires compared with an alternative planning proposal, thus merging the high value demands of the client with energy efficiency. A special focus lay on setting the scene for the natural stone wall in the stair area. A total of more than 87 Più piano and alto spotlights and 22 Sento verticale wall luminaires were distributed over four floors. The light source low voltage halogen ensures a warm, inviting light.
Year of realisation: 2013
Architecture: Selbertinger + Uhl Architekten, Munich / Andreas Selbertinger
Lighting design: Lichtgalerie, Munich / Uta Lehbach
Area (UF): 400 m²
Lighting: Più piano NV, Più alto NV, Sento verticale NV
Photography: Nadine Ingold, Munich