After completing the relighting of major areas of Oxford University’s Campion Hall, Light Perceptions have been asked to extend the scheme to include several additional areas and features.

Unique, amongst the Oxford Colleges, Campion Hall was built by the great C 20th Architect Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1936.  Many of Lutyen’s original light fittings are still in place and the new lighting scheme includes the restoration of the old fittings as well as the use of a number of reproduction pendants and other lights.

 

 

Posted On: October 31, 2016
Light PerceptionsCampion Hall – Additional works