The final scheme utilised a combination of Fira Pro Max performance projectors set back from the walls and Iria in-ground linear LED luminaire set closer to the structure to show the stonework’s surface texture and catch the upper ledge profiles. Both luminaires offer a wide choice of beam characteristics and choice of colour temperatures. Here, a combination of 10-degree (narrow) beam and 30-degree (medium) beam Iria products were used to tailor the design to the varying heights and widths of ‘The Temple’ structure.
A warm white 3000K colour temperature was selected for both products to enhance the natural blonde sandstone and sympathetically bathe the walls in light.
As well as providing the final scheme for the Temple Gate, Fira Pro Max was also chosen to bring to life the belvedere in the garden. By night, the lit effect is magnificent as the stunning architectural features are bathed in a 3000K warm white, providing a focal point for the walled gardens.