At Havnegade 25, LIGHTPLANNER has created the lighting design for Poul Gerne's colorful staircase decoration from 1990. The decoration has been restored by Jeudan in collaboration with the Gernes Foundation and the National Museum's
Conservatory department and now reflects the original expression as steps, door frames and elevator towers are painted in the original color palette. In the lighting design, original elements in the form of rice paper lamps on each repo have also been installed.
The design includes two different sources of light distributions - diffused light that creates a good general lighting, as well as directed light on the stairs themselves, which gives dynamism to the room in the form of light and shadow markings. The lamps in the stairwell create light both on the steps themselves, but also in the space above the lamps. In this way, with a few luminaires, a good light level is created without the lamps taking up too much space in the colorful space.