Old St. Patrick's Church

Old St. Patrick's Church, Chicago's oldest public building, underwent a $6.5 million renovation which was inspired by the Church's early 1900's Celtic revival decorations by artist Thomas O'Shaughnessy. New custom pendant lanterns were carefully designed and crafted to complement the decoration of the nave. 

A programmable dimming system provides preset scenes that have been tailored for different services throughout the year.

Location

Chicago, IL

Architect

Booth Hansen

Recognition

  • IES Illumination Design Award of Merit, 2001
  • AIA Honor Award, 2001

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