Lighting windows - a new idea.
Before Restoration
Restored & Lit With New LED Panels

The Tiffany stained glass windows in the Church of St. Francis Xavier date back over a century. But they no longer get the daylight that illuminated them because a high-rise building, built next door to the church, now blocks the daylight.

Compounding the problem was the narrow space available for the installation of a light source behind the 10-foot high window. And the imperative need for a soft, even light that could simulate daylight.

The solution was Rosco's LitePad, a new LED source only 1/3" thick. LitePads can be custom-made to virtually any height and width and produce a uniquely soft, diffuse light. The LitePad output was ideally suited to highlight the details of the stained glass window art.

Learn more about LitePads for architectural solutions

Contact Info
Ame Strong
Tel: +1 203.708.8900 x263
Director of Rosco Architectural
Steve Megaffin
Tel: +1 647.883.6720
Project Specialist
North America
Steve Ramos
Tel: +44 (0)7985 489528
Project Specialist
Europe, Africa, Middle East