The Neanderkirche was consecrated in 1684 and is a wonderful baroque church. The original color scheme was carefully reconstructed during the extensive renovation. The lighting design was based on the basic geometric shapes of the lights. Ocular square chandeliers with LED technology with direct-indirect light characteristics were used. Dimmable wall lights also come from the Ocular family, which are mounted on a white glass sign and seem to fuse with the wall.

Neanderkirche, Duesseldorf


Dipl.-Ing.- Hans Erwin Schwartzmanns


Executed by:
Dinnebier Licht GmbH


Manufactory lights used by us:
Ocular wall lights
Ocular square special luminaires


Photo: Dirk Krüll