The Andreas Church is a very nice example of a church from the sixties. The architects Paulssen + Schlimm carefully paid attention to the preservation of the original equipment during the renovation. For the lighting design, the choice fell on cylindrical pendant lights, which in their simplicity fit perfectly into the linear architecture. Lenses produce a brilliant light downwards, while the entire illuminant is shone through softly and bathes the entire room in a shadow-free light. The glass cylinders are not satined in the lower part, so the visible glass lens becomes part of the overall design.

St. Andreas, Setterich


Paulssen + Schlimm Architekten, Aachen


Executed by:
Dinnebier Licht GmbH