Right now our grim church hall is lit with 8x 5' flourescent tubes. We're looking at a major refurbishment and I would like to change the lighting for something that looks a lot less like a 1980's supermarket.
It should be dimmable so that the room can be used for different kinds of functions. Ideally it would be nice to use some sort of low energy solution.
The lamps should be very low maintenance (ceiling is ~20 feet high) Perhaps it would be good to have something that is wall mounted rather than ceiling mounted to make lamp changing easier.
Room is 10m x 20m
I don't know much about this sort of large scale lighting. Is there anything dimmable and low energy available? Or should we go for modern flourescent fittings and a separate dimmable halogen system?