The Old Palace at Hatfield House, one of England’s most historic country houses, now boasts modern lighting to enhance its magnificent Grand One listed features. Designed by Gardiner Design Associates in collaboration with Gascoyne Holdings, the new lighting design features Glasshutte Limburg pendants and LED strips from Lumiance. Built in 1485, the Old Palace is one of the foremost examples of medieval brickwork in the country. King Henry VIII acquired the building in 1538 and used it as a nursery for his three children. The young Elizabeth I learnt she was to become Queen while sitting under an oak tree in the grounds. Now Hatfield House and the Old Palace are a fascinating visitor attraction and filming location and a unique venue for conferences, events and weddings. Andrew Gardiner art directed Redshift on the photo shoot.