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Around the World


David Chesal used Anolis fixtures to create the perfect setting at The Penthouse Club in Nevada, USA, whilst Forge Europa have helped to create an ideal environment for worship (bottom left).


lights that suit a club in Nevada, USA, might not be suitable for an installation in another country. It’s all about assessing what you know about an area and how residents would react to certain aspects of design. This is a tricky thing to master, but research and effort is worth the reward. Finally, at the end of our journey we


return to the UK, where Forge Europa has helped St Mary’s RC Church in Ulverston to switch to LEDs in a bid to save energy whilst maintaining the correct ambience for worship. Forge Europa provided new LED lighting for the altar at St Mary’s RC Church in Ulverston by installing the new range of PAR30 energy saving LED lamps to illuminate the front of the church, which will provide a saving of over 50% of on-going electricity and unplanned


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maintenance costs. Maintenance-free lighting is a fantastic benefit in many large ecclesiastical buildings where lamps are often located in high, inaccessible areas. The LEDs from Forge Europa allow St Mary’s RC Church to be beautifully illuminated for worship whilst keeping down the additional costs. Lighting is appreciated across the world, and it’s exciting to see the diversity of companies that work in some of the far reaches of the globe.


Contact


Martin Professional T: +44 (0)203 207 2960 www.martin.com


Lighting Design International T: +44 (0)20 8600 5777 www.lightingdesigninternational.com


MA Lighting T: +44 (0)208 992 6369 www.malighting.com


Anolis T: +44 (0)1604 741000 www.anolis.eu


Forge Europa T: +44 (0)1229 580 000 www.forge-europa.co.uk


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