Station Hamburg-Bergedorf (Germany)

Special project: pillar mounted luminaire

The Hamburg-Bergedorf station is the most important railway junction in the southeast of the Hanseatic city. In 2012 the station received a completely new appearance, which since then is dominated by the station building made of red bricks with a glass facade and a new bus station.

The proposed design was to illuminate the edge areas with distinctive pillar mounted luminaires in energy efficient LED technology.

These are equipped with an indirect lighting system generating a homogeneous and glare-free illumination for all the users. The light colour of 3,000 K was chosen so that the clinker cladding was enhanced. The asymmetric multi-cap-lighting-technique ensures an extremely uniform illumination with low mounting height.