We manufactured this 3-metre double ring chandelier for the Foyle Golf Centre
April 10, 2020 By Darren McCarra
Earlier this year Mullan Lighting completed the manufacture and on-site assembly of an impressive double ring chandelier in the newly refurbished Foyle Golf Centre, Derry. The two-tier chandelier measures three meters in diameter and contains RGBW LED strip lights, allowing the chandelier’s light colour to be altered, reflecting and changing the ambience of the venue below.
The double ring chandelier installed above the main stage area of the Foyle Golf Centre.
The bespoke chandelier in the Foyle Golf Centre changing light colour to a purple hue Design and production of the chandelier began at the very end of 2017 and was completed in January 2018. The larger ring of the chandelier – measuring three metres in diameter – was delivered in sections due to its size and assembled onsite by two of our engineers. The second smaller tier measures 2.3 metres in diameter.
The bespoke chandelier in normal white light The main materials used in the manufacture of this bespoke chandelier for the Foyle Golf Centre are steel and ribbed Perspex – which is very effective at diffusing light. As previously mentioned the light source within the chandelier consists of colour-changing RGBW LED strip lights and also standard E27 lamp holders.
Close-up view of the bespoke chandelier in purple and pink hues.
Close-up view of the bespoke chandelier in green hue Mullan Lighting worked closely with Clanrye Lighting who was the lighting supplier on the project. Clanrye Lighting asked us to manufacture the impressive chandelier to their specifications and specified quite a few of our standard lights too in other areas of the golf club’s entertainment venue – officially known as Pitchers Restaurant & Events Pavilion. The main contractor on the project was the Mastercraft Group and the designer Audrey Gaffney Associates.
The Foyle Golf Centre green The Foyle Golf Centre is a fabulous place to play golf on Ireland’s Causeway Coast. Famously, Amelia Earhart landed on what is now the 6th green in 1932 on a 15-hour solo flight from Newfoundland in Canada. The stop was unplanned due to poor weather conditions and technical issues. Some rooms within the Foyle Golf Centre are named after the pioneering female pilot to celebrate her legacy and short, unexpected visit.
Four of our Essence double prismatic pendant lights above the Pitchers bar.
Our Hale prismatic wall lights inside the Pitchers Restaurant & Events Pavilion Many of our standard light fixtures are dotted around the Foyle Golf Centre, including our Essence prismatic pendants and Moroni dome ceiling lights, and our Amias, Dublin, Hale, Kairi and Yaounde wall lights.
Our picture lights in the entrance hallway of Pitchers Restaurant & Events Pavilion.
Our Dublin picture light in antique silver.
Our Yaounde double wall lights in antique silver.