St Mary’s, New Ross


The medieval Saint Mary’s Church in New Ross is renowned for the beauty of its amazing Gothic features, although time has taken its toll and all that now remains is a ruin. Completed in 1210 on the ruins of a 6th century monastery, Saint Mary’s Church is one of the largest medieval parish churches in the whole of Ireland.

Because of its historical relevance, Wexford County Council decided to enhance the building with a new attracting colour-changing illumination. The approved lighting design involved the illumination of all the sides of the church in bright, lively colours, which enhance the architectural features of the historical site with an intense, uniform light distribution.

In order to comply with these requirements, the new version of Powershine MK2, in its single- and double-bank configuration, was proposed, and accepted…

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