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Museum of Innocence

Opened in 2012, the „Museum of Innocence“ from Turkish Nobel Prize Winner Orhan Pamuk is literature in real life.
Thirteen years ago in Istanbul, he bought a tall and narrow house in the historic district in order to open a museum there, which would be the real life twin of his novel. The museum was designed by two young artists from Germany: Johanna Sunder-Plassmann (Cologne) and Carlotta Werner (Weimar). Studio Diennebier + Blieske took over lighting design and lit this wonderful exhibit with a total of 127 Wittenberg spotlights "made in Brandenburg." 

Scope of Services

  • 123 x wittenberg wi-eb-1r-kr-NV powder-coated DB702 metallic
  • 4 x wittenberg binoculars wi-ab-2r-NV powder-coated DB702 metallic

Lighting Design

  • Studio Dinnebier + Blieske, Berlin

Design and Production

  • Sunder-Plassmann Architekten
  • Johanna Sunder-Plassmann, Carlotta Werner

Photography

  • Johanna Sunder-Plassmann

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