Architectural applications, facade lighting: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
The simplifying the design of long lines of light – with the SL 20.2 linear lighting system.
The Museum Berggruen, also known as the Berggruen Collection is located in Berlin's Charlottenburg district and is very well known for having one of the world's most important collections of classical modern art. It was sold by the collector and art dealer Heinz Berggruen to his home city of Berlin bringing Pablo Picasso, Paul Klee, and Henri Matisse's works together here under one roof.
The museum has been linked to the neighbouring Alte Kommandantur building with a 22-metre-long pergola made of steel and glass. The light architecture and lighting design office Lichtvision from Berlin specified the SL 20.2 in this project to illuminate the corridor discreetly and elegantly with a continuous line of light. The shadow-free lighting provides a uniform image within the framework of the architectural lighting.
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin – Preußischer Kulturbesitz Generaldirektion
Kuehn Malvezzi Architects
Lichtvision Design GmbH