The prototype for the Witzleben fixture was a luminaire located on Luisenplatz in Berlin at the start of the 20th century. The shape of its column, its horizontal and vertical structure and the way it opens up urban space in an upward direction matches that of historical architecture. As well as creating an historical effect, the fixtures also meets the high requirements of modern lighting technology, allowing for particularly wide offset spacing between luminaires.
photographer: Claus Boeckh
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