Built in 1902, the Dallas County Courthouse was designed by George Bird in the French Renaissance style. With no existing photo documentation of the main courtroom lighting, SLALCO, in consultation with the architect, designed the large scale 19 globe chandelier and matching 3 light sconces based on period designs used in similar court projects.
Historical Lighting Consultant: Gary H. Behm, I.E.S.
Architect: H. Michael Youngman A.I.A.
Historical Architect: William J. Wagner F.A.I.A.