Kempinski Hotel Berchtesgaden
The main planning task was to create a place that would be pleasant and inviting from early morning to late evening, with an atmosphere and mood that would suit the time of day.
In the course of the day, the dynamic colour lighting changes into different scenarios by means of sensor-controlled lighting control: Breakfast, lunch, coffee, dinner and candlelight. The perception-oriented lighting design takes into account the biodynamics of natural light from this unique, surrounding world of experience and transfers it to the interior with the support of artificial lighting.
Those who had breakfast in the restaurant and only come back for dinner hardly believe that they are in one and the same room.
Innenarchitektur: sporer plus, Stuttgart