For this project we were commissioned by heritage building experts Qoda to design and install a lighting system for the King’s State Apartments in Kensington Palace, as part of Historic Royal Palaces’ £12m refurbishment programme to mark the 300th anniversary of the Hanoverian accession to the English throne.
Use lighting to enhance the visitor experience, while ensuring that it does not damage the ornate ceilings or the precious paintings and tapestries on display. Create a sophisticated programmable system that is easy to use. Ensure that no modern fixtures can be seen by visitors, by using:
“We chose Chris Lewis Smart Home because of their reputation for professionalism and because from the start, we had confidence in their proposal and their expertise.”
“They attended several meetings to make sure they got things absolutely right and completed the work on time. We are absolutely delighted with the results and have already commissioned Chris Lewis Smart Home for future work at Kensington Palace.”
This care home required a dual functioning cinema and media room. They needed a large HD TV and also a cinema screen with a projector. High quality audio was also required.