LMT opens branch office in Berlin

LMT Leuchten + Metall Technik GmbH has already realized several projects in Berlin, such as the lighting of the Kolonnadenhof. As of now, the company is represented by its own branch office in the capital.


Hilpoltstein, 14. September 2018 – Complex projects such as the lighting of the Kolonnadenhof on the Museum Island or lighting solutions for the Berlin Brandenburg Airport “Willy Brandt” have already been successfully implemented in Berlin by the family-run company from Hilpoltstein . With the opening of its own branch office in a creative coworking space with a connected workshop in the district of Neukölln, LMT not only strengthens presence and customer proximity in Berlin, but also drives the further development of the innovative lighting control system “PICOlightnode” from there The lighting control solution was developed by Michael Jurisch who will also head the Berlin office.

The 36-year-old began his career with an apprenticeship as an industrial electronics technician. He then studied at the Köln International School of Design (KISD) and successfully completed his studies in 2013 as a graduate designer. During his studies, Jurisch concentrated on concepts and installations as well as scientific forms of description for the perception of daylight – a topic that was also the subject of his diploma thesis. He was also involved in the “aesthetics of daylight” after graduation as a lecturer at the KISD.As a freelance product developer and designer, Jurisch was also in high demand and worked for established companies like lumenetix Inc. and Trilux GmbH & Co. KG.

 „We are very pleased that Michael Jurisch, as head of the LMT branch in Berlin, is reinforcing our team. His knowledge and abilities in the field of biodynamic lighting control go very well with our company. Of course he will provide competent advice to architects and lighting planners on lighting solutions and special lighting, as well as he will accompany projects on site“, says Michael Otterpohl, CEO of LMT Leuchten + Metall Technik GmbH.

During InnoTrans 2018 in Berlin, Michael Jurisch and two colleagues from the headquarters in Hilpoltstein will be available for discussions in Hall 7.1a, Booth 306.