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Philip Payne at the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh

29 July 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Jo Jackson
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The Assembly Rooms are meeting halls in central Edinburgh, Scotland. Originally solely a meeting place for social gatherings, they are now also used as an arts venue and for public events, including the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Hogmanay celebrations.

The total meeting space, as remodelled in 2012, covers 4,600 m2 (50,000 sq ft). The building is protected as a category A listed building and as “an outstanding example of the late 18th century public building, continuing its original use”

The 250MCSH Mini Cylinder was selected for the halls. This emergency luminaire can be wall mounted with self-contained or central battery backup for the LED light-source.

The standard wall mounted product comes with contemporary minimal arm extensions for surface mounting and picture light arms are available as a factory fitted extra option to create a more classical look.

In addition to standard satin chrome a full range of finishes are available with polished brass being chosen for the Assembly Rooms due to its authentic heritage appearance.