Golden Hall, Ludwigslust Palace
Ludwigslust Palace is a unique Baroque palace in northern Germany, surrounded by beautiful English landscape parks. It was built from 1772 to 1776 and served as the main residence for the dukes of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Today, the palace houses exhibitions of the State Museum of Schwerin/Ludwigslust/Güstrow and represents the arts and culture of court life in the 18th and 19th century.
In 2016 the palace was extensively refurbished. The Golden Hall, centrepiece of the palace, was thereby enhanced with a new lighting design, managed by Atelier de Luxe.
The lighting designers used the FLASHAAR NauticProfil system to illuminate the walls and the numerous columns, wall lining and decorative embellishments. In addition, four NauticProfil Luminairs spotlight figurines in the hall's corners. To underline the golden design of the grand ballroom the lighting designers choose NP Line Radiant lighting inserts with a colour temperature of 2.700°K and colour rendering index greater 90.