At the start of the 19th century it was the residence for Friedrich Wilhelm III’s three daughters, but today it is a new location for the arts and a meeting place in Berlin. Any persons wishing to discover culture via an interdisciplinary experience are welcome at the Palais Populaire in the former Prinzessinnenpalais (Princesses’ Palace).
The building designed by Kuehn Malvezzi has been given a new light setting using the Lif. As well as a twinspot module, the six-metre high light columns are equipped with a camera and a façade module for the beaming of objects. The robust, confident design of the Lif enriches the historic surroundings of this palace on Unter den Linden without dominating it.
architect: Kuehn Malvezzi
lighting designer: Stephan Zimmermann, Lightsolutions
photographer: Werner Huthmacher, Berlin
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