Auditorium of Leibniz School


Wiesbaden, Germany

Project start: 04/2008
Completion: 04/2009
Project type: Renovation
Venue type: School
Our services:

Schematic design, design development, construction design, tender documents and construction supervision for stage machinery, stage lighting and electroacoustic and video system

Contact: Client: Electrical engineering company Laber GmbH
Building contractor: Building authority of Wiesbaden


  • Complete stage structure with system of storage trolleys
  • Complete proscenium structure, including house curtain (Greek (traveller) opening style)
  • System designed to black out the room, as well as 3 curtains (Greek (traveller) opening style) to black out the areas of heritage protection
  • Various spotlight bars above the stage and in the auditorium
  • Various acoustic ceilings above the stage
  • Digital lighting console with 512 DMX channels
  • Digital dimmer system with 36 x 2,5kW modules and 12 x 16 A relay circuits
  • Complete special distributions, including main distribution, sub distributions, data distribution with distribution for 24V peripheral devices (e.g. color-changers)
  • Complete spotlight equipment and accessories
  • Digital 16-channel-mixing panel
  • 1x 19”rack 40 HU
  • Complete loudspeaker system in the auditorium and stage area with low resistance speakers
  • Various microphones, CD/HD recorder, projector and auxiliary equipment
Phase 1 Design


Phase 2 Construction


Phase 3 Handover