Federal Office for Migration and Refugees Nuremberg, Germany

The current building of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees in Nuremberg has a complex historical past: built in 1933 by Sepp Ruff as a barracks, it also served as a barracks for the US Armed Forces after the Second World War, before being listed in 1993, six decades after its construction, and used as the Federal Office for the Recognition of Foreign Refugees (BAFL).

The lighting concepts in this historically significant building have been carefully selected and implemented. In the conference room, a striking light structure created using our Liquid Line P3 luminaires provides functional and aesthetic lighting, complementing the historic architecture with modern elegance. In the foyer, our Code Zero pendant luminaire creates a harmonious ambience, while our Matric G3 pendant luminaires provide optimum lighting in the meeting rooms.

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Photography: Alexander Schwarz

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