Individually manufactured LED luminaires in brick architecture
mawa products handle the highest technical requirements and, at the same time, are designed so they can undergo complex transformations – among other projects, in Jerichow Monastery in the Elbe lowlands northeast of Magdeburg.
In close coordination with the light planner, serial lighting products were not only customized for specific applications, but their design forms were modified as well.
Only three serial lighting products were necessary to effectively stage the newly planned spaces of the medieval structure and counter unfavorable conditions such as higher humidity and strong temperature fluctuations.
Not only flexible design and technical nuances distinguish our product, but precise workmanship and quality finishes as well. Thus, we are able to set the stage in a way befitting of historical treasures and contribute significantly to the visitors experience.
These lights, customized with extra long cables and a lowering mechanism, are able to fullfill the challenges of their particular spatial conditions.
The light head of the wittenberg 4.0 series finds itself, once again, in a different form. In a four-lamp arrangement, it illuminates the altar, organ and paschal candelabra. In this case, a cantilever arm for the specially constructed housing is vertically attached to the flanking pillars. Integrated into the torch-like wall lights, they emphasize the vaults of the cloister. In the form of movable floor lamps, features in the refectories are emphasized.
The slim lighting element of the product series, consisting of a linear LED board and single optic heads, were also used in wall-mounted downlights in the cloister.
An additional floor model is found in the crypt and sacristy. It is based on the rectangular light head from the fbl lighting series. Positioned as needed, in a single or double arrangement, and supplemented with an asymmetrical anti-glare shield.
This model was not part of this series until now and represents a perfect example of broadening the catalogue program in response to project-specific developments.
Additionally, a rotary potentiometer was integrated into the light to facilitate individual dimming.