Replica of the historic Berlin Schupmann fixture of 1888 with modern lighting technology.
The replica of the historic Wilhelmine Hardenberg luminaire is 14 m high and a richly ornamented decorative fixture. Cast using faithful replicas taken from the original wooden molds, the new Hardenberg fixtures are also sited in Krefeld, Amsterdam and Singapore.
The model for the Witzleben fixture has stood nearby Luisenplatz in Berlin since the beginning of the 20th century. Although the fixture is historic it meets the exacting requirements of modern lighting technology and allows for especially large pole spacing.
Classic pendant luminaire in two sizes with 1" luminaire connection, can be combined with various brackets.
Adapted from a historical design luminaire shape with a bishop’s crosier type pole and modest ornaments. Originally designed for the spa town of Bad Kissingen, variants of the fixture can be seen in the historical warehouse district of Hamburg as well as in Berlin.
For refurbishing Amsterdam’s ‘grachten’ and the entire historical old City centre, replicas of the original Kroonlantaarns and Ritterlantaarns were developed. In both lanterns, a specially-developed specular golden coloured secondary reflector ensures a non-glare, warm white light.
Adaptation of a historical gas lantern with classical decorative elements, clustered columns and pole.
Historicizing Berlin city lantern from the district of Steglitz.
The copper lanterns in front of the New Palais in Potsdams Park Sanssouci are replicas of former gas lanterns - now with LED technology.
Illumination of the reconstructed entrance pylons of the street of 17.Juni in addition of four Bad Kissingen fixtures.
Modern interpretation of the historical dragon lamp from Copenhagen – design West 8 landscape architects.