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Architectural Lighting. Footbridge, Bad Homburg New Yorker Headquarters, Braunschweig Showroom Brax (Halle 29), Düsseldorf Foyer Parliament, Vienna Departure Hall, Airport Cologne-Bonn Gasteig München GmbH, Munich AXA, Utrecht Deutsche Post AG Headquarters, Bonn Shopping Mall ”Forum Wetzlar“, Wetzlar Shopping Mall ”Breuningerland Sindelfingen“, Sindelfingen

Architecture and lighting culture At the start of the 21st century, architecture is increasingly acquiring a greater role and receiving more attention when it is a matter of presenting corporate values and public prestige. Modern architecture and up-todate design are values which can set buildings, rooms and companies and organisations associated with them apart from the mainstream. Architecture and the lighting design associated with it Architectural applications are therefore to be viewed as the royal discipline of lighting design is occupying an increasingly larger guiding example function. The market characterised by high-speed change therefore demands in this segment excellent variable standard ranges as well as highly complex special solutions. Technical building management and lighting design are inseparable components of a holistic lighting solution which we develop jointly with our customers. Space, light, design and ecology provide the new architecture with a characteristic dimension. Together they form an impressive, modern attitude to which we feel committed.

Footbridge, Bad Homburg

Footbridge, Bad Homburg

“Ansorg is an active partner/member of the NanoLux project promoted by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) for the development of a 1000 lumen high-performance LED. Ansorg’s task is the development of the primary and secondary optics of this LED.”
Ansorg development department

New Yorker Headquarters, Braunschweig

“A library is an enormous place. In letters, words, sentences, chapters, books linearly arranged in rows upon rows by means of discipline and grammar the diffuse structure of ideas, thoughts, deliberations and brain-waves has become expression and language, context and meaning, a service station of knowledge. In order to read in it, to be stimulated, basically the light of a candle suffices. Besides, there is too much artificial light on earth as one can see to one’s horror upon nocturnal observation during a photographic circumnavigation of the globe. Day and night were not invented without good reason. Besides light, therefore twilight and remoteness from everyday life is good for inspiration.”
Prof. Karsten K. Krebs, Architect

Showroom Brax (Halle 29), Düsseldorf

Showroom Brax (Halle 29), Düsseldorf

Think Light 1 “All matter is light... it does not stop being light, when it becomes matter. In silence there is a tendency towards expression, in light one towards a work.” Louis Kahn (1901–1974)

Foyer Parliament Vienna

“The concept of the foyer follows the approach of bringing together the new areas of the foyer to be created in a generously dimensioned space continuum and generating orientation-friendly series of spaces rich in experience. Precisely positioned light generates functional and creative structures. The newly created luminous ceiling makes it possible to communicate with the historical architecture, since the specially developed prism system not only makes the room appear twice as high, but, in the individual luminaire segments, at the same time generates the image of a vaulted ceiling.”
Geiswinkler & Geiswinkler Architects

Departure Hall, Airport Cologne-Bonn

Gasteig München GmbH, Munich

Gasteig München GmbH, Munich

Think Light 2 “Natural light is not simply everything. It is more important to vary the light sources, to play with light and shade, to direct natural or artificial lighting.” Jean Nouvel, Architekt (1988)

Philharmonic, Gasteig München GmbH, Munich

“The primary planning objective was a homogeneous, antiglare and thermally unproblematic orchestra lighting system as well as its integration into the platform equipment infrastructure.”
Christian Spork, i-d-lite

AXA, Utrecht

AXA, Utrecht

Deutsche Post AG Headquarters, Bonn

“The structural volume of the Post TOWER takes on a to-date unknown dimension and meaning through the interaction of light, transparency and reflection. It was, after all, the task to incorporate light art and planning both inside and out into the architectural concept. While we were planning the lights we found it increasingly important to detail the lighting in such a way that it had an integral as opposed to an applied effect in an architectural context. The lights used were only to become apparent because of their distribution of light and not their design.”
Michael F. Rohde, L-Plan

Deutsche Post AG Headquarters, Bonn

Think Light 3 “Architecture is the wise and correct play of bodies in light.” Le Corbusier (1923)

Deutsche Post AG Headquarters, Bonn

Shopping Mall “Forum Wetzlar”

“With artificial light we take up the model of the day light and support the course of the day light by means of differentiated light regulation. Hardly perceptible for the visitor, the light mood changes from sunrise to the bright daytime surroundings via twilight lighting to the warm night-time mood. In that way, the light is always felt to be pleasant and to be right as regards human perception.”
Mariana Theiling, Lighting Department ECE Projektmanagement GmbH Anna-Karin Heidbreder, Interior Architecture ECE Projektmanagement GmbH

Shopping Mall “Breuningerland Sindelfingen”

Overview Architectural Lighting

Footbridge, Bad Homburg

New Yorker Headquarters, Braunschweig Architecture: Prof. Karsten K. Krebs, Hannover Lighting: Ansorg GmbH, Mülheim Photos: Günter Claus, Düsseldorf

Showroom Brax (Halle 29), Düsseldorf Architecture: Ingenieur- und Planungsbüro Spannhoff, Melle Lighting: Ansorg GmbH, Mülheim Photos: Hans Georg Esch, Hennef

AXA, Utrecht

Deutsche Post AG Headquarters, Bonn Architecture: Helmut Jahn, Murphy/Jahn, Chicago Lighting design: L-Plan, Michael F. Rhode, Berlin Photos: Hans Georg Esch, Hennef

Shopping Mall ”Breuningerland Sindelfingen” Architecture: ECE Projektmanagement, Hamburg Lighting design: Bartenbach Lichtlabor GmbH, Aldrans/ Innsbruck Photos: Hans Georg Esch, Hennef

Architecture: Schlaich Bergermann und Partner, Stuttgart Lighting: Ansorg GmbH, Mülheim Photos: Hans Georg Esch, Hennef

Architecture: De Jong Gortemaker Architects, Gouda Lighting design: QuA Associates, Amsterdam/Ansorg Netherlands Photos: Hans Georg Esch, Hennef

Foyer Parliament Vienna

Departure Hall, Airport Cologne-Bonn Architecture: Murphy/Jahn, Chicago Lighting design: L-Plan, Michael F. Rhode, Berlin Photos: Hans Georg Esch, Hennef

Gasteig München GmbH, Munich

Philharmonic Gasteig München GmbH, Munich Lighting design: id-lite, Christian Spork, Berlin Photos: Hans Georg Esch, Hennef

Shopping Mall ”Forum Wetzlar”

Main contractor: Architekt Dipl. Ing. H. Beier, Vienna Architecture: Geiswinkler & Geiswinkler, Vienna Lighting design: Bartenbach Lichtlabor GmbH, Aldrans/Innsbruck Photos: Max Schulz, Mülheim

Architecture: (rebuild): Arge Lyps, Bahls und Partner, Diessen Lighting design: Luxoom GmbH, Christian Spork, Berlin Photos: Hans Georg Esch, Hennef

Architecture: ECE Projektmanagement, Hamburg Lighting design: L-Plan, Michael F. Rhode, Berlin Photos: Hans Georg Esch, Hennef

Core Competence of Ansorg

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Development of holistic lighting concepts as an integral component of architecture. Design and realisation of individual lighting solutions on the basis of specified application specifications from architects and lighting designers. Know-how based project competence and many years of experience. Economical solutions as a result of forward-looking application of innovative and efficient lighting technology. Consistent commitment to professional quality management and highest product quality.

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Models and patents registered or applied for. Copyrights reserved. Ansorg always tries to respect the rights of third parties. Should it not be stated in individual cases, this is an oversight and will be corrected accordingly. l Concept/Design: Bernd Meissner, Kai Pitschmann, Office for Design, Basel l Lithography: Color Pac GmbH, Singen l Production: Dassel-Druck GmbH, Arnsberg

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