St John’s Cathedral


ADLT Lighting Project


Overview

Initially completed in 1910, St John’s Cathedral is one of the oldest in Brisbane and has gone through a number of additional construction stages since then. The existing lighting also required an upgrade, with the car park and area / walkway lights being upgraded to energy efficient LED.

A classic, architectural LED luminaire was required to suit the historical design and feel of the building and its surrounding grounds. The Arcluce Lunio was chosen for its elegant appearance and robust construction. The Lunio provides energy-efficient light in a number of colour temperatures. Budget constraints meant re-using the existing light poles and Advanced Lighting Technologies (ADLT) worked with GM Poles to design a pole-top adapter to suit the purpose.

In addition to the Lunio, Arcluce Klou-IK bollards were also installed, maintaining the heritage aesthetic while increasing resistance to vandals and pedestrian safety. The client was impressed with the delivery of the project, which was completed on-time and on-budget.

Challenges

  • No upward light component
  • Vandal resistant
  • Lights required to be fitted on existing poles
  • Meet the design brief
  • Suit the historic aesthetic

Benefits

  • Low energy
  • Low maintainence
  • Vandal resistant
  • Security instant light
  • Additional safety

Location

Brisbane, QLD

Lighting Designer

Lighting Design & Coaching

Business

St John's Cathedral

Customer

St John's Cathedral

Architect

N/A

Electrical Engineer

Five Eight Pty Ltd - Project Managers

Builders

ICPS Constructions
The client was impressed with the delivery of the project, which was completed on-time and on-budget.

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