The Berlin Concert Hall occupies a prime spot on the Gendarmenmarkt square in Berlin and offers a wide programme of events from symphony concerts to special children's shows. The famous building designed by Schinkel in 1821 was destroyed during the Second World War and did not reopen its doors until 1984. The exterior was reconstructed to the original design, whilst the interior was completely redeveloped. Master craftsmanship and a high level of design sensitivity have come together to create a harmonious ensemble right down to the last detail. The lighting stylistically brings out the main features. Due to the low height of the suspended ceiling in the cloakroom area, the decision was made to use ultra-flat Toledo Flat recessed LED downlights.