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Press Releases from Zumtobel Lighting GmbH (6 total)

Neuschwanstein Castle illuminated by LEDs

King Ludwig II would have been delighted! The sovereign, who had always been very open-minded about innovative technologies, had a number of sensational engineering advancements implemented during construction of Neuschwanstein Castle in the nineteenth century. All of these, but in particular the high-quality artistic furnishings of the magnificent rooms, are now being highlighted efficiently, but above all gently, by LEDs supplied by Zumtobel. Hence, the Supersystem LED lighting system and

Burj Khalifa immersed in a sea of lights by spacecannon

At the beginning of January, the world’s tallest building by far was inaugurated in Dubai. 828 metres high, "Burj Khalifa" has more than 160 floors. When the weather is clear, the skyscraper, which rises up to the sky between the sea and the desert, can be seen from a distance of almost 100 kilometres. Spacecannon, a company of the Zumtobel brand, staged a spectacular lighting show for the impressive launch

Dornier Museum Friedrichshafen puts aeronautical visions on display

Friedrichshafen Airport has a new landmark: the Dornier Aerospace Museum Friedrichshafen depicts the fascination of flying in a spectacular way and merges it with the company history of Dornier. The museum was planned by Munich architects Allmann Sattler Wappner, the arrangement of the exhibition realised by Atelier Brückner. Zumtobel provided more than 200 individually controllable lamps and systems for the 5,000 square metre exhibition. Thus a fascinating lighting diversity is

Hotel Budersand Golf & Spa in Hörnum: Moments of Light

It‘s the light that makes this island so unforgettable: a clear glowing light with a gentle shine to it. And it‘s the sheer beauty of virtually untouched nature that presents itself in this southernmost tip of Sylt. The remarkable architecture of the recently opened 5-Star Superior Hotel Budersand Golf & Spa in Hörnum incorporates this breathtaking nature and unique atmosphere of light. In the very south of the North Frisian island,

Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester

The striking new building of the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester‘s city centre arouses interest. Cubes nested into each other, large-format and light-coloured stone tiles combined with lots of glass demonstrate monumental geometry seemingly in contrast with the lightness of the music dominating inside. Light for educational establishments must meet very special requirements. Architecture and interior design are decisive factors that make it possible to respond flexibly to the

James Turrell. The Wolfsburg Project: 24 October 2009 – 5 April 2010

On 24 October, the monumental Wolfsburg Project lighting installation created by famous lighting artist James Turrell will be presented to the public at the Wolfsburg Art Museum. The Wolfsburg Ganzfeld Piece – as this work of art has been named – is the largest installation ever implemented by the American artist in a museum. Encompassing an area of 700 square metres and 12 meters in height, the installation comprises two rooms