Wilhelmspalais Stuttgart

The palace was built by the court architect Giovanni Salucci on behalf of King Wilhelm I of Württemberg for his daughters, Princesses Marie and Sophie.
Since then it has experienced an eventful history: the end of the monarchy in Württemberg, partial destruction in World War II and reconstruction in the 1960s. At the beginning of 2014, the conversion to the StadtPalais – Museum for Stuttgart began.
The opening of the new city museum took place on April 14, 2018 after four years of construction. The lighting planners, LDE BELZNER HOLMES, used our Nova-4 LED luminaires here to emphasize the coffered light ceiling and to stage the skylights with their fold-out birch wood flaps, with which the incidence of light can be changed.


State capital Stuttgart
represented by the Technical Department, Building Department

lighting design

Belzner Holmes Light design


Roland Halbe Architectural Photography

FLASHAAR® products used

mounting profiles


lamp inserts

NautiProfil® Nova-4

spots / spotlights

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