The church of St. Fidelis in Stuttgart was built in 1924-25 according to the plans of the architect Prof. Clemens Hummel as a three-nave basilica with stylistic features of both historicism and New Objectivity. After a eventful history of modifications and renovations, the interior was finally redesigned in 2018-19 by schleicher.ragaller architekten from Stuttgart according to the concept of the “communion church”, as well as a spiritual center integrated into the church space. Since 1978, St. Fidelis has been included in the state register of architectural monuments in Württemberg.
According to the specifications of the lighting planner LUNA Licht from Karlsruhe, LMT Leuchten + Metall Technik GmbH supplied linear luminaires for illumination of the curved cassette ceiling of the main nave, wallwasher for the uniform illumination of the artistically designed wall surfaces of the aisles, as well as point downlights for the atmospheric interior lighting of the wooden cube of the Spiritual Center “station s” set in the choir room. All luminaires have a colour rendering index of 90+ and can be dimmed from warm white 2700 K to cold white 5700 K.