Church St. Christophorus Hirschberg


Place: Warstein

Category: Temples & Churches

The Catholic Church of St. Christophorus Hirschberg was built in several construction phases. The choir room including the high altar has been preserved with a baroque structure from the 17th century. The last extension dates from the middle of the 20th century, the last renovation took place at the end of the 70s. The aim is to give the church lighting that follows the architecture and the atmosphere. This includes vault lighting, installation of new pendant lights and accentuation of the new altar and baptismal positions. The planning area includes the entire church interior including the Marienkapelle and entrance area. Due to the special requirements for color rendering and glare control, ERCO LED spotlights with a color temperature of 3,000K were used to illuminate the choir area and the accent lighting, e.g. of the altar. These can be individually controlled via the DALI bus system. For glare-free vault lighting in the side aisle, we designed pendant lights in a special design and provided them with particularly warm-toned 2700K LEDs. The direct and indirect lighting systems can be dimmed and switched separately via Dali as required.

Architecture: Clemens & Maas Architektinnen I