Weston Park Museum

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Buckingham County Museum, Aylesbury

We have just finished work on the first floor galleries. The new individually dimmable LED spots offer variable beam shaping via easily swappable lenses and the on-board dimming allows simple setting up of light levels over individual exhibits during re-hanging of the large temporary exhibition gallery every few months. Continue reading

Upton House 2013

We are working on a number of areas in the house this year. In the Picture Gallery we are looking at the conversion of unusual 1930s lights to incorporate the latest high colour rendering LED lights to both improve the uniformity of light on the display walls and to reduce maintenance and running costs. New lighting has been designed for the Dining Room that will proceed once funds are in place.

St. John’s Church, Cirencester

We have been working on this large church in Cirencester for some time. After comprehensive demonstrations we now have agreement form all approval bodies to proceed with the first large phase of the lighting which will consist of the two main chapels, the Chancel, vestry approach, font and pulpit areas. All lighting is DALI controlled LED spotlights both on track and individually mounted and coloured to match the wood or stone they are mounted against.

American Museum, Bath

We are now designing the lighting for the proposed refurbishment of the large textile display gallery. The unusual feature of this space is the two sets of large swinging panels that display quilts on both sides. We are designing a curved suspended track system to surround these fans of panels so that light can be projected into each space when the panels are opened up for viewing. All lights are of course proposed to be the latest high-quality, low-energy LED spots.