Southwest of Berlin, mawa’s lights and lighting systems are planned, designed, and produced by qualified staff using the newest computer-controlled technology: Lighting for museums, libraries, sacred buildings, historical monuments, shops, offices, hotels and individual custom constructions.
Innovations and current news
LEDs, lights, lighting tools – always in the process of furthering development. And plenty going on in Neuseddin and Michendorf as well, affecting people, light planning and lighting retail. As soon as there’s something to say at mawa, you’ll find it here first.
Light for Reading and Learning
Customizing modular lighting series is one of mawa’s specialties. Especially in libraries, numerous workstations can thus be equipped with individually adapted table luminaires.
The Museum Specialist
The seventies plus series is the result of years of experience with specialist requirements of exhibition rooms. Seventies plus supplements the application possibilities of the seventies series. The focussing unit for a freely adjustable beam angle is just one of numerous accessories.
The world’s largest 360° display with 180,000 flip dots
In auto city Wolfsburg, the inclined visitor doesn’t find out when and where to receive their new car from an LED panel, instead nearly 180,000 tiny flip dots, every single one individually driven by electromagnetic impulses, show the way. The ring, constructed of 44 single segments, is the worlds largest 360° display board, and thanks to modular components, easily disassembled. Engineered, constructed, produced and mounted by our high tech team.
Martin Wallroth, founder
You can see an influence of the classical modern age on our
core business ⎯ the technical lighting systems that mawa
produces. Thereby we always pursue an important goal with
new developments: sustainability, also in design ⎯ i.e. our
products must be durable, preferably also resistant to trends,
functioning technically and optically after years of use ⎯ to
put it brief: ageing with dignity. I think this is our greatest
contribution to sustainability.
Lighting Series – fbl
fbl stands for folding bending light or flat box LED. This series is impressive for its precise edges with no visible connections. The in-house developed and patented folding technique makes it possible to construct the housing out of a single sheet of aluminum.
Le Corbusiers Polychromie sends its greetings
Lights from mawa are found in numerous icons of modern architecture, including the Dessau Master’s Houses and in Le Corbusiers Living Machine. The four colors of the limited schliephacke edition is inspired from these buildings.
Projects with individually manufactured LED lightings and lighting systems
Together with international architects, interior designers and lighting planners, the luminaires have been further developed to meet special requirements and often customized.