Lighting, Art + Science | Lennox Bridge – Parramatta
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Lennox Bridge – Parramatta

Lighting, Art & Science recently completed a lighting upgrade to the heritage listed Lennox Bridge on the intersection of Church Street and Parramatta River.  The bridge was designed by David Lennox and first construction took place between 1836 and 1839.
Lighting, Art & Science were engaged to provide a flood lighting solution to eastern and western façades, street-lighting, lighting to the barrel vault and final lighting to the  new pedestrian portals.
The project was successfully completed using a series of oval and symmetric optic flood lights mounted to four poles positioned on either side of the bridge.

 

Designer – Hill Thalis

 

 

Date

January 20, 2017

Category

Exterior