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LIGHTING

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PRODUCTS IN PRACTICE / PUBLIC BUILDINGS

Woodhouse

BUILDING Battle of Britain Monument, London

ARCHITECT Donald Insall Associates

CLIENT English Heritage/Westminster Council

PRODUCT Lighting canopy

CHARACTERISTICS The two 7.25m-long, 250mm-diameter canopies were set above the monument, which commemorates the vital Second World battle. The oval assemblies take the shape of an aeroplane wing, each with 50 integral light points recessed in the surface.

Adjustable stainless-steel eyeball fittings carry 26mm lens for tight spotlight focus and 12mm lens for general light washing

SPECIAL PROPERTIES Power and control cables are carried back into the main structure through 4mm x 115mm diameter cut-tube mounting, which serves as a welded anchor for the entire assembly. Woodhouse also supplied custom-made Cranked Bollard to house lighting at ground level

ENQUIRY NO 1202

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