Museum Palace Schoenhausen Berlin
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Museum Palace Schoenhausen Berlin

Puristic floor lamp in a splendid ambience

Palace Schoenhausen, built in 1740, was originally a gift from Friedrich II. (the Great) to his wife Elisabeth Christine. The largely intact interior decoration from the late 17th and 18th centuries is crowned by a magnificently stuccoed ballroom.

After the war, the palace served as the official residence of the GDR President, Wilhelm Pieck, and later as a guest house. After a general renovation, the palace was opened to the public on December 19th, 2009.

For the foundation, mawa design produced a custom edition of the langer kerl floor light with an integrated DALI switching actuator, as well as a rotatable and tiltable spot-head. 

Lichtplanung, Entwurf, Ausführung

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Photography

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Scope of services

24 × langer kerl floor lights lk 1
custom-product SPSG, rotatable and tiltable spot-head for R7 lamps with borosilicate protection glass
proof of stability certification, integrated DALI dimmer, fine balanced through adjustable feet with non-slip mats
DB 702

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The purist floor light langer kerl with its straightforward shape and minimalist construction blends into the background of the splendid interiors and simply does what it does best: give light.

Photo: mawa design

Photo: mawa design