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Cathedral of Sant’Elia and San Gregorio
Beirut’s Armenian-Catholic cathedral glows thanks to Chandelier
Neoclassical architecture in downtown Beirut, the heart of the Lebanese capital. Erected in the early 20th century, despite the country’s involvement in Middle-Eastern conflict, the cathedral has suffered little damage. The refurbishment project was commissioned from the SA47 architecture firm, who chose Chandelier lamps for the nave and aisles. This David Chipperfield design is a hanging lamp available with one or two rings. Chandelier is the contemporary take on the classic candle lighting once used in places of worship. Chandelier’s metal rings, with their fuss-free look, are the perfect foil for the Armenian Catholic Cathedral’s plain interiors. The overall result expresses perfect harmony.