Licht Kunst Licht was founded in 1991 by Andreas Schulz in Bonn and Berlin, Germany simultaneously.

The scope of projects encompasses office buildings, administrative buildings, museums and cultural centres, representative and governmental buildings, buildings of traffic and transport, shopping malls as well as private residences. The office has participated in over 800 projects in Germany and various foreign countries. The size of the projects spans from freestanding villas to building projects with a total budget of 3 billion euros.

Artificial lighting and daylight planning are equal fields the scope of work of Licht Kunst Licht.

Currently there are 26 employees from various backgrounds such as lighting design, architecture, interior architecture, scenography and product design, working as a team on several tasks.


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Any lighting solution starts out with a vision.

Light is a medium that – unlike any other – can be used to materialise the spatial qualities of architecture.

We understand light as an integral part of architecture where the effect of lighting is more important than lighting fixture design. Hence, we try to realise our projects with the fewest possible elements and to keep lighting fixtures out of sight wherever possible.

Where necessary we have developed products that have been adapted to the specific site requirements. A great emphasis is put on detail, its design and execution on site. The combination of functionality, energy efficiency, aesthetics and architecturally integrated light guidance is always the ultimate ambition in our planning process.


"With our design approach, we are fully committed to the architecture and the architect’s design intentions. Nor do we in any way want to impose our signature on the architecture though our lighting design.

On the contrary, we strive to produce an appropriate lighting concept in keeping with the functional and design aspects of the architecture and to implement this concept as an integral architectural element in close collaboration with the architect and systematic discussion with other consultants."

Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Schulz

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