Updated progressively through the month.
Installed: Chase Tower Sky Lobby, Dallas, TX
Production photos below.
University of Michigan West Quad Restoration, Ann Arbor, MI
Restoration & custom lighting: Historic bronze post lanterns and sconces, aged verdigris patina to be conserved and preserved (matched where needed for structural repairs required to restore integrity), frosted clear seedy acrylic lenses, induction lamping; replication sconces, new custom hexagonal ceiling drums, and pendant in dark oil-rubbed bronze patina.
Georgia State Law Building, Atlanta, GA
Custom lighting: Large rectangular light box, White Trilan fabric side panels, bottom frosted white acrylic lens (not shown), painted white (shown unfinished), linear fluorescent.
Minnesota State Capitol Restoration, St. Paul, MN
Historic restoration: Beaux Arts sconces, torchieres, pendants, and ceiling mounts.
Student Success Center, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA
Glave & Holmes Architecture. Custom lighting: entryway pendants and sconce, 3 types including monumental 48″ x 94″ portico pendant; solid polished brass, frosted clear glass, incandescent sockets for LED replacement lamping, sway chains and damp or wet rated.
Chase Tower Sky Lobby, Dallas, TX
Custom lighting: Rectangular light coves, 26-foot x 13-foot conference room fixture for tray ceiling, 12-foot x 19-foot for lobby tray ceiling, painted finish, white acrylic, 0-10V LED tape light source.
Mary Switzer Building, Washington, DC
Custom lighting: High-quantity ceiling bowls, painted, acrylic, compact fluorescent.
Provo City Center LDS Temple, Provo, UT
Custom lighting: Premium quality pendants, sconces, ceiling fixtures, and exit signs; 60+ types 350+ fixtures; solid bronze and brass, custom cast and machined, custom glass, LED and incandescent. These fixtures are being kept private in deference to the client, but we are sharing production photos of pieces and parts, and of our team at work. More will be added as appropriate photographs become available. See more photos in March 2015 Project Updates.