Lighting Technology Projects (LTP) has completed the specification, supply, and installation of an elegant white lighting scheme for the All Soul’s Church on Regent Street, in central London’s famous Marylebone district. Designed by King George IV’s favourite architect John Nash, All Souls is a ‘Waterloo’ church, built in 1823 as part of the nation’s thanksgiving for the victory of Wellington over Napoleon. Constructed from Bath stone, the design combines a graceful 160 ft Gothic style ...

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