Beth Shalom Synagogue, Raleigh, North Carolina – This client, Beth Shalom Synagogue in Raleigh, NC, needed to ensure the lighting provided for the needs of all of their congregation, not just those with great vision. But it was important to celebrate the character of the structure without distraction. Lighting Language & Design provided great lighting for the task that didn’t take away from the architecture and coordinated the dimming technology with the new theatrical dimming system.
Beth Shalom Synagogue, Raleigh, NC – The black and white plan view rendering below informs the viewer of the lighting uniformity at task level, an important aspect of good task lighting.
Beth Meyer Synagogue, Raleigh, North Carolina – Here is another worship facility, Beth Meyer Synagogue in Raleigh, NC. The users wanted to reduce their energy usage, improve their lighting and add a decorative element to make the utility of this multipurpose space more diverse. New, decorative, energy-efficient chandeliers and retrofit halogen lamps (designed before LED retrofit lamps were quite viable) were added.
In the beginning there was nothing. God said, ‘Let there be light!’ And there was light. There was still nothing, but you could see it a whole lot better.” – Ellen Degeneres