Published on: May 17, 2009
Lichtvision recently completed lighting design for Savings Bank Berchtesgadener Land. The design team focused on integration of light into architecture, visual comfort, zoning and the possibility of different light scenes.
The foyer is lit by a linear light consisting of a diffuse modul and halogen spotlights that can be individually switched thus allowing different light settings.
More information from Licht Vision follows:
The linear theme continues in the conference room. The recessed luminaires integrate perfectly into the architectural idea to display the groove in the ceiling which is oriented across the room as a drop shadows of the vertical window frames.
In the central counter hall the daylight atmosphere of the courtyard continues into the depth of the space by large-sized dimmable light ceilings that are equipped with efficient T5 lamps and provide an open atmosphere. The additional spotlights in the lateral channels set impressive accents of directional light.
The light ceiling elements seem to float in the ceiling openings, which are indirectly illuminated by LED(RGB)-chains. At night the counterhall is bathed in a gleam of only this violet light that corresponds to the shades of colours (rose, violet, reds) of the regional salt deposit. These natural salt colours occur in colouring and translucency of several furnishings of the building.
The adjacent advisory areas are illuminated with linearly arranged energy-efficient T5-surface-mounted luminaires with antiglare grid system. These areas intentionally stand out from the central counter hall by the lighting.
Posted by: Mitja Prelovsek