Rambusch designed, manufactured, and installed a new lighting system that dramatically reduced power consumption, saves maintenance costs, and, most importantly, modulates light via dimming programs that effectively support the various liturgies and events that take place in the Cathedral.Read More
Since its incorporation on December 17, 1898, the Rambusch Company has remained a small family business producing high-quality, custom-made objects and interiors to suit a wide range of clients. Over a century in existence, the Company has designed and executed more than 45,000 commissions in ecclesiastical arts, church interiors, stained glass, lighting, historic restoration, conservation, replication, art metal, and mosaic.
Rambusch has contributed to the design, creation, and restoration of landmarks, historic institutions, and centers of worship. From restoring the lobby of the Empire State Building, to creating the artwork honoring the first Catholic canonization to take place in the US, to returning the historic glow to Lady Liberty’s torch, our behind-the-scenes work has brought to life some of the most exquisite interiors and monuments in the world. Explore a selection of our projects to see samples of our work.
This project included full-scale removal, documentation, refurbishment, and re-creation of the Capitol’s 1,400 interior lighting fixtures and helped establish lighting levels, quality metrics, and five grades of finish and fineness.Read More
Rambusch retrofitted the existing downlights with LED technology while maintaining the valuable decorative ceiling.Read More
Rambusch provided lighting, stained glass, artwork, and liturgical furnishings services for the renovation of the historic New York Supreme Court Appellate Division Building.Read More
Rambusch designed and shaped a new liturgical environment — altar, ambo, reredos, cathedra and the new Blessed Stanley Rother Oratory — all viewed under a flexible Rambusch lighting system.Read More
Rambusch created new liturgical furnishings, the altar, ambo, and font tower, all following the design of historic elements at Saint Vincent Martyr Church in Madison, NJRead More