House of Worship lighting projects are challenging. The spaces cover a wide variety of uses so the designs require maximum creativity and versatile instruments.
In the first installment of this series, we looked at 20 questions you can ask to jumpstart the conversation around creating an effective lighting design for a house of worship. We also reviewed the first set of questions about uses for the space. Next we’ll look at three other key areas: what needs to be seen, training, and maintenance.
House of Worship lighting installs can be some of the most challenging for any lighting designer. From a lighting standpoint many places of worship require a multi-use space with uses including worship, broadcast, concert and theatre events, meetings, weddings and funerals. If you have a large enough budget, effective lighting design for a house of worship’s multiple uses should be doable. With a more modest budget, well, it’s time to get creative.