Ulrike Brandi Licht

Hamburg | Since 1986 | Employees 10

Pacelli Palais

Munich | Germany | Completed 2010

Ulrike Brandi Licht-Pacelli Palais
photographer: Jörn Hustedt
Ulrike Brandi Licht-Pacelli Palais
photographer: Jörn Hustedt
Ulrike Brandi Licht-Pacelli Palais
photographer: Jörn Hustedt
Meck Architects restored the Art nouveau building Pacelli Palais, with the purpose of turning it into an office building.

Hidden LED light lines illuminate the ceilings and enhance the characteristics of this historical building and its beautiful decorations.
Direct lighting in combination with indirect lighting forms a comfortable and salubrious ambience in the new work spaces.

An artificial skylight is a highlight in the building. LED panels hidden behind the restored glass windows create a permanent daylight atmosphere.
The sophisticated facade is lit by a combination of plane lighting as well as detailed lighting close to the facade.

Orientation luminaires and islands of light create a nice view into the yard and ensure maximum safety.

Design team:

Ulrike Brandi Licht

Project partners:

meck architekten
Ulrike Brandi Licht-Pacelli Palais
photographer: Jörn Hustedt
Ulrike Brandi Licht-Pacelli Palais
photographer: Jörn Hustedt
Ulrike Brandi Licht-Pacelli Palais
photographer: Jörn Hustedt
Ulrike Brandi Licht-Pacelli Palais
photographer: Jörn Hustedt
Ulrike Brandi Licht-Pacelli Palais
photographer: Jörn Hustedt
Ulrike Brandi Licht-Pacelli Palais
Project address

Georgenstrasse 8, 80799 Munich