The Methodist Central Hall is a multi-purpose venue in the heart of Westminster. Serving primarily as a Methodist church and conference centre, it also houses an art gallery and an office building. It contains 22 conference rooms, including the substantial Great Hall, which has been host to many esteemed speakers over the years, such as Winston Churchill and Martin Luther King, Jr. Originally designed by Edwin Alfred Rickards, its sophisticated Baroque design was intended to contrast with the nearby Westminster Abbey.
Combining the old with the new, Great British Lighting manufactured both the contemporary stainless steel circular pendants and the large antique bronze pendants with matching wall brackets. New light sources were included with all the fittings and glass shade replicas were produced to match the originals.