The ModulLum transformed Bebelplatz in Berlin into a striking visual environment. Home to several historic monuments, including St. Hedwigs Cathedral, the Opera House and the “book burnings” memorial, Bebelplatz is a listed German heritage site and welcomes visitors all year long. The renovated square required a lighting concept that integrates the different lighting needs in one fixture. The ModulLum with its 360° column and 4 modules was the ideal solution. While one module illuminates the building façades, the others light the paths. This illumination frames the borders of the square, preserving a sense of space and forming a continuous area filled with light. The square grounds are not lit up, thereby highlighting the lighting effect coming from the “book burnings” memorial. Tourists and residents can now fully appreciate the architecture of the buildings by day and night.