Façade lighting

Facades and windows turn into luminous advertising spaces

Great architecture can get even better with the right light. Façade lighting highlights the outside, or a building is so transparent that the inside lighting also has an effect on the outside. Compared to metal, glass, stone and wood, architectural lighting has one key advantage: once installed, the facade can constantly be newly staged.

Interview with Thomas Tennagels, Managing Director of curveLED in Düsseldorf

The first thing visitors saw at the EuroShop 2008 was a large curtain made of light emitting diodes. This year the diodes will once again write “Welcome“ and “Bienvenue“ in the entrance hall. LEDs will be an important trade fair topic. They are durable and very versatile, both in shop design as well as the facade outside. curveLED is one of several exhibitors who offer such installations. In our interview, Managing Director Thomas Tennagels explains what’s happening in the world of media facades.

Interview with Michael Flögel, Sales Manager for Lighting Systems in Commercial-, Retail- and Interior Construction at Elektra.

Michael Flögel of Elektra advocates a restrained use of the new lights.
LEDs are becoming more and more important for store designs and with that they also find their way into shop window displays. Our questions on this topic were answered by Michael Flögel, Sales Manager for Lighting Systems in Commercial-, Retail- and Interior Construction at Elektra.