All England Club, Wimbledon

wimbledon all england tennis club lighting cornice

The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, also known as the All England Club, is famous for its role as the venue for the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, the only Grand Slam tennis event that is still held on grass. The internationally known club is home to 18 tournament grass courts, 8 American clay courts, 2 acrylic courts, 5 indoor courts and 22 Aorangi Park grass practice courts.

Hodkin and Jones were contracted by the club to provide a bespoke lighting trough to gate 13 of the grounds. A lighting trough is a special type of cornice which allows low energy LED lighting to be installed into the trough itself and provides lighting in an upward direction across the ceiling. The cornice decorates the join between the wall and the ceiling while the uplighting provides an additional or alternative means of lighting a room.  

Our range of standard lighting troughs can be viewed here, or alternatively, for a bespoke solution get in touch with our experts in plaster mouldings.

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