To date, The Glasgow City Chambers is still one of the biggest architectural lighting schemes we have been lucky enough to be involved in. The scheme was scrutinised closely by the City's planning department to ensure that fittings were hidden where possible and painted to exact stone matches where they could not be hidden. This scheme uses predominantly warm white light, in the form of CDM metal halide and fluorescent linear strips behind balustrades and was one of the first projects delivered as part of the City of Light Initiative.
The photographs here showing pink and white come from a slightly earlier commission where we were tasked with lighting the City Chambers for Christmas. This was great fun, being allowed to create a disneyesque scheme that made people smile, even if it was just temporary.