• Type(s): Linear Systems and Street Lighting
  • Style: Commercial Project

Selux was formed in 1948 in Berlin when the city was still in ruins. It was dark times in Berlin and founder Hermann Bansbach believed that light had social and cultural significance. Like all German lighting manufacturers, Selux strives for perfection in engineering and often leads the world in technology and innovation. Selux became famous for developing linear systems in the 1970s, and all New Zealanders who have been to a bank or supermarket in their life will have seen Selux lighting. Selux is now a global company with 500 staff supplying most countries in the world. Lighthouse is proud to be the exclusive agent for New Zealand.

Project References
The featured Selux projects include:
- Neues Museum, Berlin

- 31 Queen Street, Melbourne
- Pariser Platz, Berlin
- New Port Promenade, Hamburg
- Hospital Rudolf Virchow, Glauchau
- HVB Tower, Munich
- Hamburg, the city of old warehouses, Hamburg
- Museum for Architectural Drawing, Berlin