New Haven, CT - Sterling Chemistry Building, a part of Yale University in New Haven's Science Hill for almost 6 decades, has tasked Grand Light to replicate the wrought iron and cast bronze fixture and create custom cut glass globes to replace existing plastic globes.
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You can see from the images below the Philips Exeter Academy fixtures will continue to add character and decor for years into the future.
The project required 10 flush mount fixtures and 5 pendant lights with similar design. The fixtures were drafted by Grand Light and sent for the client's approval. Samples for glass and finish were sent as well, and the client approved the combination of acrylic bowl bleached honey onyx, and a mahogany bronze finish. All the fixtures accommodate CFL lamps, and were wired in accordance to UL standards.
New York, NY - Columbia University was founded in 1754 and it is the oldest institution of higher learning in the state of New York, the fifth in the United States. Over the years, the University expanded and changed locations, until in 1897, President of the University, Seth Low, built the Morningside Heights campus, as part of his grand design for an ideal University. This campus, located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is where Columbia University prospers to these days.
Grand Light was contracted by Columbia University to reproduce lighting components on existing lamp posts throughout the Morningside campus.
New Haven, CT - The restoration of numerous sculpture-like lighting fixtures from Yale University's Morse College has been completed.
New Haven, CT - Work continues on the restoration of lighting fixtures from Yale University's Morse College.