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LIGHTING

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PRODUCTS IN PRACTICE / PUBLIC BUILDINGS

Sill Lighting

BUILDING Norwich Cathedral Visitor Centre Refectory

ARCHITECT Sophy Twohig, Hopkins Architects

CLIENT Norwich Cathedral

PRODUCT 021 series projectors/769 series luminaires

CHARACTERISTICS The narrow-beam projectors were used to uplight the nine pairs of English oak columns which support the ceiling, while 50 luminaires recessed in the timber-clad ceiling were specified to provide downlighting. The simple design was felt to work well with both new and historic parts of the building

SPECIAL PROPERTIES Sill supplied the light fittings in a special RAL colour and gloss level, with the capacity to take a variety of different lenses and glasses.

The brackets were specifically curved to fix on to the columns

ENQUIRY NO 1203

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