Ribbeck Palace Restaurant and Events Nauen
wittenberg luminaires in the comprehensive lighting concept
Every German knows the poem about Lord Ribbeck von Ribbeck from Havelland, in whose garden, a pear tree did stand. A pear tree still stands there today, as does the Ribbeck Palace, which was opened to the public in June of 2019, following a complex restoration.
For the multi-purpose spaces of the palace, mawa design worked in close collaboration with the Brandenburg architectural office, Fleege & Oeser, to develop a lighting concept suitable for various usage scenarios.
Thus, representative crown lights with diameters of 2500 mm find their home in the foyers of both lower levels.
In the stairwells and hallways, surface-mounted spotlights complete the picture.
Recessed spotlights and wireless remote controlled profile solutions were chosen for the outdoor bar as well.