St Luke’s Church, Liverpool
Locally known as the Bombed Out Church, St Luke’s Church has undergone a major repair programme, including the addition of eye-catching new façade lighting.
- Left as a ruin and war memorial following the 1941 Blitz, the church has in recent years become a vibrant community venue and arts space. The restoration works have allowed it to be removed from Historic England’s Heritage at Risk register.
- The 185-year-old Grade II listed façade refurbishment includes in-ground RGB LEDs to illuminate the gothic architecture.
- A Pharos LPC 1 controls the new lighting scheme, providing a range of sympathetic white and subtle looks, as well as the option for dramatic colour and dynamic effects to support local events and citywide celebrations.
- As well as scheduled programming, a 3G installation allows the controller to be triggered remotely by the client.
Project Credits: LITE Ltd
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