Victorian rural village church with 17th century north transept.

Involvement: Design of interior lighting scheme covering the nave, chancel, south aisle and transept, north aisle and transept plus ornate baptistry.

The previous lighting was provided mainly by ‘garden’ style floodlights with linear tungsten halogen lamps.  To reduce installation costs and provide flexibility, lighting tracks were mounted just above the timber wall plates in each area except the north aisle and transept where ‘monopoints’ (short individual sections of track) were installed.  These were fitted with high powered (26W) adjustable LED spotlights, some of which were focused to illuminate the roof in the nave, south aisle and chancel.  Suspended pendant luminaires with up and down light elements were installed in the north aisle and north transept.

Although not installed initially, the installation was wired to allow a wireless control system to be added later.

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