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FEMA Replication

April 2018 Shop Update

We were honored with the opportunity to recreate this pendant for the FEMA campus in Emmitsburg, MD. As the original fixture was hand-made of plaster in 1891, the replication process posed some unique challenges and extreme care was taken to avoid further degradation of the original material. The original components were carefully disassembled and painstakingly repaired before being used to create molds for all new cast resin components…

Tim Blowing Glass

New Glass Studio – Winter 2018

Announcing In-House Glass Studio at Crenshaw – As part of our expansion into our new state-of-the-art facility, we are excited to announce the addition of our in-house glass studio. Glass blower and sculptor, Tim Burke, has joined Crenshaw Lighting in a partnership that combines his nearly 30 years experience in the industry with the unsurpassed wealth of skills and craftsmanship that has defined Crenshaw […]

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Crenshaw Standard LED

Crenshaw Standard LED Systems

We are really excited about our LED pendant systems. We weren’t willing to settle for equal to or less than compact fluorescent and incandescent performance from LED. At 17,000 lumens, our 2ft high pendant LED assembly is a full 30% brighter than the standard compact fluorescent option for a similar size fixture, and more than 200% brighter than traditional incandescent. Similar comparisons can be […]

Virginia Theological Seminary Ring Chandelier

32ft LED Chandelier Mock-up Review

Robert A. M. Stern and Fisher Marantz Stone teamed up to design beautiful, state-of-the-art contemporary classical architecture and lighting for the Virginia Theological Seminary. Crenshaw was selected to provide a very large two-tier contemporary Gothic ring chandelier for the seminary’s Immanuel Chapel in 2013. At 32 ft in diameter some estimate that this will be the largest single light fixture […]

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FEMA Replication

April 2018 Shop Update

We were honored with the opportunity to recreate this pendant for the FEMA campus in Emmitsburg, MD. As the original fixture was hand-made of plaster in 1891, the replication process posed some unique challenges and extreme care was taken to avoid further degradation of the original material. The original components were carefully disassembled and painstakingly repaired before being used to create molds for all new cast resin components…

Tim Blowing Glass

New Glass Studio – Winter 2018

Announcing In-House Glass Studio at Crenshaw – As part of our expansion into our new state-of-the-art facility, we are excited to announce the addition of our in-house glass studio. Glass blower and sculptor, Tim Burke, has joined Crenshaw Lighting in a partnership that combines his nearly 30 years experience in the industry with the unsurpassed wealth of skills and craftsmanship that has defined Crenshaw […]