• Loyola at Cuneo Mansion and Gardens, Segovia pendants by Crenshaw

    Loyola at Cuneo Mansion and Gardens - Segovia Lantern Pendants

Loyola at Cuneo Mansion and Gardens, Vernon Hills, IL

The Segovia Pendant was inspired by the scrollwork on an Italian Renaissance gate founder Woody Crenshaw saw during his travels in Italy.

The Cuneo Mansion and Gardens was donated to Loyola University in 2009 along with its extensive museum collection of art and furnishings. Since then, the university has renovated and added onto the original estate grounds, adapting some of the spaces for classes and events. In 2011, the mansion chose Crenshaw’s Segovia Pendant to decorate one of its newer lobby spaces.

The Segovia Pendant was inspired by an Italian Renaissance gate’s scrollwork. Given that the mansion’s original decor draws heavily on Italian Renaissance design influences, the Segovia seemed a good fit. These pendants were provided in a flat black metal finish with ivory lenses and compact fluorescent lamping. The Segovia pendant may be viewed in more detail in our Product Detail.