In the course of a general restauration of a four-floored family house from the early 20th century, Light-On was comissioned to do the development and execution of a lighting concept which provides a contemporary design.
The main focus was to make the small rooms look more spacious by using special direct-indirect luminaires. A technical highlight of the project is the unique lighting solution developed for the wing doors in the living area: Diffuse LED bands give a special lightframe to their two oval glasses. On the one hand, these light up the cut-outs of the doors, but they also act as wall lights when the doors are opened. This same form language continues in the living area. Specially developed, direct-indirect LED-light-rings above the dining table bring nice brilliant light into the room and illuminate the ceiling homogeneously.