ROYAL WESTMORELAND PROJECT DETAILS
Our brief for the famous Royal Westmoreland Golf Clubhouse was twofold: To provide aesthetic upgrades on both the interior and exterior as well as the front entrance, and to propose a suitable design for the practical aspects of guests and staff to safely move around the grounds, new car park and administrative areas.
LightStar proposed a design schematic and, once accepted, compiled a number of fixture options and a budget. We worked closely with a local interior designer proposing fixtures for the main entrance, lounge, bar areas, pro shop, reception, boardroom, offices and changing rooms.
Low profile lighting was used in the changing areas and a combination of chandeliers and cove lighting in lounge and bar areas. Trac lighting was provided for the ProShop whist a combination of halogen and compact fluorescent recessed lighting was used for the reception, offices and boardroom areas. Area lighting (street lighting) was provided for the car park, bollards for public areas, accent lighting for landscape and architectural applications and flood lighting was used to illuminate the 9th green, a special feature that can be viewed from the Clubhouse.
Area lighting using dark sky compliant fixtures, bollards, accent lighting, in ground and copper architectural applications, flood (street) lighting, chandeliers, pendants, lamps, cove lighting, track lighting, halogen and compact fluorescent recessed lighting
Architectural Area Lighting