Title: Würzburg lead and brass light fixtures
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Würzburg lead and brass light fixtures

Our classic was developed in the late 1970s by way of a co-operation between Michael Rothkegel and the architect Florian Leitl.

In the ensuing years, further light-fixture models were added by architects such as C. D. von Pezold.

The benefits of this light-fixture series:

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These light fixtures lend a special shine to the most diverse of buildings

In the cafeteria of the international convention centre 'Bundeshaus Bonn', the WB 79/W 3 was installed
In the cafeteria of the international convention centre 'Bundeshaus Bonn', the WB 79/W 3 was installed
WB 79/P 11 in the Liechtenstein National Museum in Vaduz
WB 79/P 11 in the Liechtenstein National Museum in Vaduz
In the monastery at Andechs, the WB 79/W 6 was used, among other light fixtures
In the monastery at Andechs, the WB 79/W 6 was used, among other light fixtures
WB 81/W 11-2 M in the stairwell of the Würzburg Residenz
WB 81/W 11-2 M in the stairwell of the Würzburg Residenz
WB 81/P 7-6 in St. Konrad of Hilden
WB 81/P 7-6 in St. Konrad of Hilden

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