Administration building Schadowhaus Berlin
Photo: DAVIDS/Sven Darmer
Photo: DAVIDS/Sven Darmer

Administration building Schadowhaus Berlin

Chandelier for illuminating illusionistic architectural painting

Schadowhaus is a classical building from the early 19th century, specifically 1805. The famous prussian sculptor, Johann Gottfried Schadow (1764–1850), who created the Quadriga sculpture on the Brandenburg Gate, lived here. After 1945, Schadow House functioned as a residential and commercial building.

For the comprehensive restauration planning, the office of Schlenkhoff Architects oriented themselves primarily to the condition of the building in 1850. Today, Schadow House is used as an administration building by the German Federal Parliament.

Photography

DAVIDS Bildagentur, Sven Darmer

Scope of services

140 × wittenberg surface-mounted spotlight alkasum »wi-sab«
with rotatable and tiltable spot-heads
42 with emergency light, 2 with Spot and Radio-controlled

15 × wittenberg surface-mounted spotlight »wi-ab-125-2q«
10 with emergency light

12 × wittenberg surface-mounted spotlight fernglas »wi-ab-2r«

10 × wittenberg recessed spotlight wi-eb-2e-db

5 × wittenberg chandelier »wi-pe-kr-1500-NV«

2 × wittenberg chandelier »wi-pe-kr-1700-NV«

4 × wittenberg chandelier »wi-pe-kr-1000-NV« and »bu6-450«
special version with bullauge

3 × wittenberg chandelier »wi-pe-kr-1500-NV« and »bu6-600«
special version with bullauge

Photo: DAVIDS/Sven Darmer
Photo: DAVIDS/Sven Darmer
Photo: DAVIDS/Sven Darmer
Photo: DAVIDS/Sven Darmer
Photo: DAVIDS/Sven Darmer