Photo: mawa design
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Museum Neuruppin

Historic treasures in focus with modern spotlight technology

Since the reopening of the Museum Neuruppin in January 2015, mawa has illuminated the exhibition space, which houses one of the oldest collections regarding Brandenburg.

On an area of approximately 800 m2, the professional lighting tools of mawa contribute significantly to the display of pre- and early history about the Ruppiner land and its city. The lives and works of famous Neuruppin personalities, such as the architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel, and the writer Theodor Fontane, are given particular importance in this space.

Project Developer and Client

Fontanestadt Neuruppin

Architect

Springer Architekten Gesellschaft mbH

Lighting designer

Jan Dinnebier
Jan Blieske

Photography

Kienzle | Oberhammer, Lorenz Kienzle
mawa design

Scope of services

44 × customised surface-mounted spotlight similar to »wi-ab-2e/3ekb«
321 × 121 × 25 mm, folded aluminium
with two spotlight heads each with LED 8,4 W, spot 15°
2700 K, DALI, incl. honeycomb grid, white matt (RAL 9016)

49 × customised surface-mounted spotlight similar to »wi-ab-3e-kb«
321 × 121 × 25mm, folded aluminium
with three spotlight heads each with LED 8,4 W, spot 15°
2700 K, DALI, incl. honeycomb grid, white matt (RAL 9016)

9 × customised surface-mounted spotlight similar to »wi-ab-3sa«
321 × 121 × 80 mm, folded aluminium
with with flush-mounted opaque acrylic glass pane
LED 36 W, 3000 K, white matt (RAL 9016)

60 × customised contact track spotlight similar to »70’s«
90 × 80 mm, with 1-phase adapter
cylindrical aluminium housing
length of lamp arm 180 mm, LED 36 W, flood 35°, DALI, white matt (RAL 9016)

1 × customised surface-mounted spotlight similar to »wi-2sab«
346 × 125 × 40 mm, aluminium, with three spotlight heads
each with LED 8,4 W, medium 24°, 2700 K, DALI
incl. honeycomb grid, white matt (RAL 9016)

Photo: Kienzle | Oberhammer

Photo: Lorenz Kienzle
Photo: Kienzle | Oberhammer
Photo: mawa design

seventies track-lighting illuminates the temporary exhibition space, among other areas, in the modern extension from 2014. The flexible and repositionable spotlights allow the room to be easily reconfigured.

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