Norton Priory dates back to 1134 and is a grade 1 listed.
The undercroft which dates back to the 12th centrury is still largely intact and functioning as a building 900 years later. The ceiling comprises a grid of stone built arches in the local red sandstone, forming a charming arched view overhead.
Duluce worked with Silcock Leedham engineers to design a fitting that would enable the Priory Museum to highlight the architectural detail of the ceiling as well as create a great atmosphere for functions.
The spotlight which was Roam S1 had to meet a few specific requirements;
- A specific RAL paint finish
- Warm white LEDs to draw out the colour of the red sandstone
- Be wired in up to a series of 4 spotlights per series
- Different hole cut outs in the spotlights base to accept surface mounted cable.