The Priwall Waterfront Travemünde on the Bay of Lübeck is a lighthouse project for the tourist development of Lübeck. The surrounding adventure promenade at the mouth of the Trave creates a new connection between the quiet waterfront of the Priwall peninsula and the shore side of the Travemünde, which is already heavily frequented by tourists.
From a lighting design point of view, the Priwall Waterfront offers a mixture of functional and emotional elements that create security and orientation and at the same time emphasize the special history of the place.
A lookout point and a generous set of steps with stairs and seating areas make it possible to let your gaze wander over the Trave and the beach. The quay is framed with a white strip of light that structures the promenade area and ensures safety in the dark. Light lines integrated into the handrails of the stairs illuminate the steps and seating areas, whereby the lights remain invisible even during the day.
On the promenade, which is reinforced with a concrete block with a natural stone attachment, the approx. 4.50 m long benches as central equipment elements catch the eye. The benches, which are modeled on ships, are illuminated in blue at night and underline the maritime character of the place.
The project includes 54 promenade and dune villas as well as special buildings with a total of 450 apartments. The attractions include the adventure golf course, the adventure promenade as well as two themed playgrounds and the "Baltic Sea Station" - a scientific, educational facility focusing on the "Baltic Sea Ecosystem" / "Baltic Sea Habitat".