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Deine Aufgaben

• Unterstützung unseres Teams bei der Arbeit an interessanten und abwechslungsreichen Lichtplanungsprojekten durch alle Leistungsphasen. 

• Entwicklung und Ausarbeitung von kundenspezifischen Licht- und Leuchtenlösungen

• Ausarbeitung von Präentationen 

• Kommunikation und Koordination mit Planungsbeteiligten

Deine Fähigkeiten

• Teamorientiertes und strukturiertes Arbeiten 

• Ambitioniert, motiviert, belastbar, Bereitschaft zu reisen

• Gute Sprachkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift - English und Deutsch

• Kenntnisse in der Lichtplanung sowie sichere Umgang mit MS-Office, Adobe Photoshop und InDesign, CAD-Kenntnisse (AutoCAD) 

Wir bieten

• Abwechselnde Tätigkeit mit guten Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten und viel Gestaltungsspielraum 

• Ein langfristigen und entwicklungsfähigen Arbeitsplatz mit anspruchsvollen und vielseitige Aufgabenstellungen

• Ein hohes Maß an Selbständigkeit, eigenverantwortliches Arbeiten

• Flache Hierarchien und kurze Kommunikationswege 

• Freundliches Team und angenehmes Betriebsklima

Über uns

Wir sind ein junges, aufstrebendes Lichtplanungsbüro mit vielseitigen und internationalen Projekten. Wir bieten Planungsleistungen im Innen- und Außenbereich an, von Museumsbeleuchtung über Bürobeleuchtung bis hin zu Lichtkunst-Installationen öffentliche Räume. 

Wir freuen uns auf Bewerbungen!

Sabine + team

Your Point of View @ Berlin Leuchtet 2018


Our lighting installation Your Point of View is keeping on travelling and has now arrived in Berlin for the Belin Leuchtet festival. It´s exiting to see our geometric light illusion displayed in many different public spaces! YPOV is waiting for you to find the right viewing angle in Ernst-Reuter Platz until the 14th of October, take the chance to finally see it in Berlin or to have another look at it!

Posted on October 5, 2018 .

Genius Loci Weimar

We are happy to announce that our Your Point of View lighting installations will be a part of Genius Loci in Weimar. The 3-day lighting and projection festival stands for pushing the boundaries for lightmapping and combining storytelling with architectures. We are super excited to have our installations, the circle, the triangle and the square in public space once again. 


Here below you find the complete overview of the light route at Genius Loci. Our lighting installations are on from sunset to midnight. 

Find our Your Point of View - lighting installations at Nr.8!

Find our Your Point of View - lighting installations at Nr.8!

Posted on August 8, 2018 .

Designing the Nightscape in Saskatoon Canada


Light affects our minds and bodies in a myriad of ways. It affects the places we live in. Light helps bring people together, highlight the City’s culture and landmarks and gives the City itself a visual identity, shaping the nightscape.

However, too much light has its own evils. We need to be aware of how it alters our body clocks and how the glow of cities can affect entire ecosystems.

Join us for a presentation of the potential and risks of light. The presentation will highlight a variety of projects taking the well-being of animals and humans into account as well as considering the notion of safety with increased light.

There are roughly 8760 hours in a year and 4700 of them are dark. See the potential and embrace it! 



Posted on April 1, 2018 .

Luminale Frankfurt - your point of view

We are happy to present to you our light installation “Your Point of View” for the Luminale in Frankfurt, in collaboration with Döllken lighting and Freisteel. The Luminale is a weeklong biennale for light art and urban design held in Frankfurt am Main that runs parallel to worlds largest trade fair on lighting, Light + Building


About our installation: 
Aesthetic sensitivity, individual attribution of meaning and personal attitude depend decisively on our visual perspective. Should we change our emotional or geographical standpoint, the temporary perception likewise changes and thus our interpretation.

Gestalt psychology confirms that the basic shapes of circle, rectangle and triangle serve as mythologically and metaphysically evocative anchors of interpretation, allowing us to grasp and structure the complexity of our environment. The light installation developed by Studio De Schutter, in partnership with Döllken Lighting, is based on this concept and toys simultaneously with the complexity and simplicity of our perception and the multi-facetted reality that surrounds us. It sees itself as a trigger for a change of perspective and calls for the tracing and disintegration of our cognitive dissonances.

The grouping of monochromatic lines of light invite us to the Taunus and Gallusanlage to take part in an explorative tour or our own perception. It is for us to advance beyond our first impressions and opinions towards the true essence and self-understanding of a thing, to change our standpoints and perspectives - for things can be understood in many different ways.



For more information about the installation, please visit

Posted on March 5, 2018 .