Façade lighting Three George, Dusseldorf
The Three Georges Building in Dusseldorf is a forward-looking refurbishment project in which existing office and business premises on the Georg-Glock-Street have been completely renovated and expanded. The building received a new façade, which contributes to the modern, positive cityscape through an extraordinary LED installation. The basis for the seeming illumination is a specially developed façade concept. The façade construction consists of folded, vertical, approx. 75 cm wide aluminum bands. The folds of the opaque aluminum strips and the folds of the canopies are illuminated by flexible, linear LED light lines along the entire façade. The design of this concept allows the installation of the linear LED light lines in the folds of this construction.
On a total of 14 floors, the flexible LED light lines of the VarioLED Flex VENUS IP67 were laid in the folds of the aluminum strips. On the facade of the building approximately 1.8 kilometers of light lines are used, which make the building something special. Taking into account the currently valid standards and the Dusseldorf Light Substitute, it was necessary to dim the entire lighting system down to about 10% in order to minimize glare and so-called light pollution in public areas.
|Lighting design||LED Linear|
|Architect||Hadi Teherani Architects, Hamburg|
|Customer||Metall- und Elementbau Haskamp GmbH & Co.KG|
|Products||VarioLED™ Flex VENUS/PHOBOS/SKYLLA White Top View IP67|