The Thomasparochie is located in the Mariakerk in Oosterhout, the Netherlands. The church was completely renovated and redesigned recently. The bu-ilding is not only used for religious services, but also
for cultural events like theatre shows, art exhibitions, dance lessons and other events held for the local community.
The different functions demand a variety of illumination scenes in the interior.
The pendants provide effective down-lighting with an uplight component smoothly illuminating the ceiling surfaces and the impressive arcs of the building. The square ornaments floating in the
open space fit the modernised furnishing of the classical interior.
Pendant luminaire for Thomasparochie. The downlighting function is accurately achieved by two square downlights with optic louvre equipped with 4x42W dimmable compact fluorescent lamps.
The uplight effect is realized by 2 linear fluorescent lamps. The side panels are made of perforated metal providing a decorative side lighting effect.
Design: Atomis / AtexLicht, Raamsdonksveer, The Netherlands.