Once a ducal castle and later residence of the Dukes of Upper Bavaria, Alter Hof in the heart of Munich is today a location for innovation and economic drivers. The lighting design for this particular workspace was meant to be just as dynamic – to further emphasize the characteristics of these premises.
The interplay of daylight & artificial light
Bright welcome – a representative entree
Situative lighting in the meeting areas
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Light installation minding the architecture
The numerous transparent surfaces of the sophisticated architecture demand a great deal of sensitivity from the lighting designers. The luminaires, floating in the room as if by magic, were installed with minimal intervention into the architecture. Lighting and architecture complement each other perfectly. Seemingly without touching one another.
Highly modern workspace light
Ausgewählte Leuchten im Projekt
Joy of use – intuitive control
The innovative luminaire features make it possible to adapt the light perfectly to the individual performance curve. The high-quality lens optics guarantee glare-free light that can be continuously adjusted between warm and cold color temperature. The contactless gesture control at the head with up and down light makes it possible to adjust the luminaire perfectly to any table or room situation. The lighting is controlled intuitively and contactlessly directly at the luminaire head. In addition, an activatable »presence sensor« and »ambient light control« responds to presence or absence or dynamically adjusts to the surrounding brightness. The so-called »body sensor« on the body of the luminair enables convenient control of the luminaire at seat height.
Occhio air – holistic lighting control
Alter Hof, Munich
Year of realization: 2019 Architect: Peter Kulka Architektur Office planning: Concept Süd Lightning design: Occhio Luminaires: Mito sospeso 40, Mito sospeso 60, Mito terra 3d, io duna Photography: Christoph Philadelphia, Robert Sprang