Lighting Houses Of Worship

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Lighting Houses Of Worship

  1. 1. lighting houses of worship by elliptipar …there is no equal ™
  2. 2. high performance uniform light highlight architectural detail lower energy costs 5 4 3 2 Style 305 Style 404 Style 104 Style 116 Style 308 Capital mounted 500W Low-profile T5 KO Series® uplights Dual T5 reflectors with ELB enclosures provide TH uplights in a custom fluorescents provide a with dimmable 350W integral ballasts in a 56 ft. a consistent outward color finish uniformly light continuous ring of light ‘IR’ lamps offer greater diameter cove provide appearance regardless a series of vaults. for a circular cove. efficiency than standard high color rendition for art. of the internal reflector halogen sources. aimings. The versatility of asymmetric lighting from elliptipar... For wall washing or uplighting from the narthex to the nave, vestibule to vaulted ceiling, undercroft 1 to clerestory. Energy efficient high performance asymmetric luminaires generate a uniform wash of light to enhance the architectural and religious elements in the space and provide visual comfort for worshippers.
  3. 3. fewer fixtures focus attention promote visual comfort enhance worship 6 7 8 9 Style 102 Style 104 Style 301 Style 151 Style 429 Compact 250W TH 1000W TH units offer uplights reveal the upper high light output and volume of an intimate dimmable control for T8 fluorescents Compact CMH units 1000W TH Flight chapel. large spaces where concealed vertically with 1000-hour salt uplights suspended as operating hours are behind flanking columns spray finish and custom quad pendants limited. focus attention toward lockable aiming fit compliment the forms an accented altar. tight exterior setbacks. of a rose window. elliptipar’s unique asymmetric reflector design projects light uniformly across a plane from one edge. Evenly lighting a wall from top to bottom enhances the perception of space and provides indirect glare-free illumination. Lighting a ceiling asymmetrically from one edge provides comfortable diffuse illumination for the whole space. elliptipar’s asymmetric luminaires come in a full range of styles and lamp sources designed to 10 generate more light with fewer fixtures for efficient cost effective results.
  4. 4. lighting houses of worship 14 13 12 11 For alternative products, Style 126 4X Style 302 other applications, and the name of your local Representative visit www.elliptipar.com. Style 203 Style 104 Cost-conscious Semi-recessed 250W TH 350W ‘IR’ units behind 4X® cove lights with KO Series® uplights with units enhance marble wall the raised dais wash up long-life twin-tube CFL dual hex-tube CF sources surfaces while providing wood walls to balance lamps softly illuminate a provide long lamp life for indirect illumination. the central stained glass. multi-purpose assembly projects clerestory mounting. space. inside 1 Our Lady of Angels Monastery 3 Cathedral of St. Andrew 5 Christ the King Church 7 St. Patrick’s Church, Brockton, MA 9 Manti Temple, Church of Latter Hanceville, AL Grand Rapids, MI Old Lyme, CT Architect: deCastro/Nelson Day Saints, Manti, Utah Architect: Walter Anderson with Architect: Quinn Evans Architects Architect: Paul B. Bailey, Architect Associates Architect: William C. Folsom Arch Plus FPCM and Talleres de Lighting Designer: Gary Steffy Lighting Designer: Peter Romaniello Engineer: Alles, Lottero & Mason Engineer: LDS Church Arte Grande Photographer: Carr Cialdella Photographer: Bill Welch Photography: Katherine Chabot Photographer: Rick Satterfield Photographer: M. Lewis Kennedy TM 2 Adoration Chapel at St. Francis 4 St. Michael Catholic Church 6 Seaside Interfaith Chapel, Seaside, FL 8 Holy Family Chapel, Sisters of 10 St. Joseph’s University Chapel, Convent, Springfield, IL St. Michael, MN Architect: Merrill, Pastor & St. Joseph of Carondelet, Philadelphia, PA Architect: Renaissance Architects Architect: Williams/O’Brien Assoc. Colgan Architects St. Louis, MO Architect: Francis Cauffman Foley . . . there is no equal TM Engineers: KM2 Design Group Engineer: LKPB Engineering Lighting Designer: Robert J. Laughlin Architect: Trivers Associates, Inc. Hoffman Architects Photographer: Ben Halpern Photographer: Shawn Nielsen & Associates Lighting Designer: Light Solutions Lighting Designer: HK Lighting Design 114 Boston Post Road Photographer: Steven Brooke Studios Photographer: Marxer Photography Photographer: Matt Wargo West Haven, CT 06516 203.931.4455 this page 11 Christ Church United Methodist, 12 Mount Saint Peter Church, 13 Congregation B’nai Jacob 14 Christ the King Church Houston, TX Kensington, PA Woodbridge, CT Old Lyme, CT www.elliptipar.com Architect:Tackett Lodholz Lighting Designer/Engineer/ Architect: Nathan Topf Architect: Paul B. Bailey Architects a division of Contractor: Fretz Construction Co. Photographer: Robert Kalan, Jr., PE Lighting Designer: SRSA Lighting Designer: Peter Romaniello Sylvan R. Shemitz Designs, Inc. Photographer: John C. Lindy Star Electric Co., Inc. Photographer: Bill Welch Photographer: Bill Welch makers of Tambient® © elliptipar 2006

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