Our lighting work at The Church of Our Lady, St. John’s Wood was included in the esteemed Church Building & Heritage Review’s May-June 2012 edition.
The aim of the project was to renew the lighting first put in place in the 1970s, as it had deteriorated to a state of disrepair, and was not designed with gas or electric artificial lighting in mind.
We worked with lead designer Bruce Kirk of Light Perceptions to manufacture antique brass finish pendants with beautiful opal glass shades, and wired with low-energy dimmable fluorescent lamps.
Our work resulted in full light coverage for the church without the need for spotlights on every column.
Please click any of the pages above to read more about Great British Lighting’s work on the church.