Receiving an Architecture Renovation 2021 Religious Architecture and Art Award, this Roman Catholic interiors Phase 1 renovation included complete upgrade of lighting systems to improve ritual, performance, function, and ornamental expression, appropriate to the vision of the original and renovation architects. Ralph Adams Cram designed this religious building in the 1940's that later became the Bishop's seat in Kalamazoo Michigan. Renovated in 2021, STROIK developed a lighting scheme that consisted in state of the art concealed lighting systems that not only illuminated the ornate interior walls, floors, new baldacchino, pulpit, and devotional artwork, but also brought light up to the elegant ceiling - so dark before.
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