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Schloßstraße Steglitz - old project
Berlin, Germany

  • project Schloßstraße Steglitz
  • photographer Claus Boeckh

Schloßs­traße is the main shop­ping street in the Berlin dis­trict of Steglitz-Zehlen­dorf and acts as a centre for the south-west­ern regions of the city. The street has a tra­jec­tory of around 1.7 kilo­me­tres, runs through Steglitz from north to south. It was recently ren­o­vated com­pletely as part of a large-scale road devel­op­ment project.

New pave­ments and park­ing bays have been cre­ated and, in order to enhance Schloßs­traße as a shop­ping street, par­tic­u­lar empha­sis has been placed on an appro­pri­ate light­ing solu­tion. 20 Selux Tro­cadero 760 and Tro­cadero 600 lumi­naires there­fore pro­vide appro­pri­ately styled light­ing on both sides of the road­way.

  • Trocadero is a revival of the street furniture tradition. Trocadero luminaires are a synthesis of styles providing a lighting solution for both classical and contemporary architecture. Combined road and pathway fittings can be used for traffic and pedestrian lighting in city streetscapes. Vario-Optics for optimal visual comfort, allow the lamp position to be modified within the reflector enabling light distribution to be adapted to the road geometry.
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