Talvogtei

A modern environment within ancient walls Kirchzarten / Germany

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A contemporary design office inside a historic building, where the original wooden beams and stone walls are combined with a modern and colourful décor that makes them stand out even more. The lighting chosen for this project aimed to achieve a twofold effect: a look that could blend in with and somehow enhance the environment, and a technical performance that ensured the best use of the work spaces.


For the lighting of the town hall offices the choice fell on Clear. Clear illuminates the desks with diffused and evenly distributed light; its controlled UGR makes it particularly “friendly” to employees, who are not distracted from their tasks. Thanks to the Optilight Technology™, this lighting fixture is transparent when turned off, and thus leaves centre stage to the charming wooden beams. Common areas and relaxation areas are illuminated by Mr. Magoo and Tour, whose minimalistic design makes them extremely suited for the modern style furnishings, successfully blending them in with the charm of the ancient building through diffuse, evenly distributed lighting. 


Lighting designer: Michael Ruschmann, Lichtraum Freiburg 
Project by Restoration Talvoigtai, Kirchzarten 
Photography by Johannes Meger

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    A contemporary design office inside a historic building, where the original wooden beams and stone walls are combined with a modern and colourful décor that makes them stand out even more. The lighting chosen for this project aimed to achieve a twofold effect: a look that could blend in with and somehow enhance the environment, and a technical performance that ensured the best use of the work spaces. For the lighting of the town hall offices the choice fell on Clear. Clear illuminates...

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    • Status Completed works
    • Type Government and institutional buildings / Town Halls / multi-purpose civic centres / Multi-purpose Cultural Centres / Lighting Design
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