Southill House is a Grade I listed building in Cranmore, Somerset, England. The early 18th-century manor house was built in the 1720's and was given a new facade by John Wood, the Younger, of Bath, in the 1790's. The building sits within the 500 acre Southill Park laid out by Lancelot Brown and his foreman George Bowstreed c 1777.
Illuminationworks was employed to develop a lighting design for the main house, ancillary buildings, the landscape immediately surrounding the house, and the facade. Careful attention was paid to accentuate classical features while providing contemporary lighting with scene setting dimming control system.