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Brumberg inspirations

Lighting solutions for private homes and object illumination.


In the heart of the Berchtesgaden Alps, the 5-star luxury hotel Kempinski has been welcoming its discerning guests with a new lighting design by Brumberg since the end of March 2021.  Lighting refurbishment of the lobby, the bar, fireplace and library room, the gallery and individual outdoor areas. And, of course, a lighting concept that matches the luxurious ambience of the hotel, emphasises it and inspires both guests and staff.


"A dream project that went off like a picture book," says Alexander Lempe, Brumberg sales representative, "Dussmann was looking for a creative idea for the ceiling lighting in the atrium at the end of 2021. At the first meeting - in a large group with Mrs Dussmann herself and the Dussmann planning team - it became clear that it wasn't just about a lighting concept, but also about a design idea for the ceiling construction."


We are a proud partner of the Bundesliga football club of Borussia Mönchengladbach. Find out more about how we implemented the project around the Borussia-Park and the new Borussia-8-Grad building complex.


Star architect Frank Gehry designed the main building of the Vitra Design Museum in 1989 in the style of deconstructivism. The lighting with vitaLED is precisely matched to the architecture. Find out more about the project here.


For the construction company Rath GmbH & Co. KG in Haiterbach, it was time for a move. Why not build it themselves and create a place that perfectly suits the company? The result is a spacious, bright and modern building - also thanks to the ideal lighting concept from Brumberg.


At the Haus der Geschichte Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart, we have equipped existing luminaires and theatre spotlights with the latest SMD LED chip technology and thus revitalised them. Find out more here.


The Bernstein in Bielefeld is an absolute highlight above the rooftops of the city. In this interview, interior designer Marieme Diene and architect Andreas Georg Hanke tell us what role lighting plays in their concept.


vitaLED creates lively learning environments at the Arnsberg Chamber of Industry and Commerce. The lighting here not only supports the learners, but also the multifunctional use of the rooms.


The modern, unusual architecture took centre stage in the complete new construction of this company headquarters. Here you can find out how we used the lighting to transfer the lines of the building into the interior and create contrasts with the white interior.


The Hotel Seegarten is a "house of living spaces". Here you can find out how we support the cosy ambience and its exclusive design language with lighting.

Das Ambiente im Restaurant im Innspire Hotel München

The brief for the Innspire Hotel in Munich was clearly formulated: The hotel and, above all, the rooms were to be digitally controllable, all functions coordinated with one another and all brands and trades networked with one another. One decisive factor was the lighting. Brumberg therefore took on the planning and realisation of the lighting in the rooms and suites, in the spa, in the restaurant and in the lobby.


Our interior and exterior luminaires emphasise the sophisticated architectural design of a new private house in Vreden. Find out more about the project here.


In this private home, we use dynamic lighting solutions to create various lighting scenarios that accompany residents throughout the day.


The motto of this project was "Preserve the existing, create space for the new". In this interview, architect Anja Engelshove reveals her concept for the refurbishment and new build.


At the AWO headquarters in Mönchengladbach, we have created clear lines with the pendant luminaires from the BIRO40 lighting channel system.


Brumberg was commissioned to create the perfect lighting concept for the Eiswiese sauna complex in Göttingen.


At the airport, "just in time" is the order of the day when it comes to conversion. This was also the case for the realisation of the new lighting system for an office space at Frankfurt Airport.


Our idea was actually quite simple. We wanted to be able to present the latest quality products to our customers not just in the showroom or in catalogues, but live in all our rooms. Lighting in particular needs to be seen and experienced.