Ovolo lights the Millennials’ way with Medland

The rise of the Millennial traveller is feeding a growing demand for hotel stays that feel local, personal and bespoke. LIGHT plays a key role in injecting just the right level of intimacy and dynamism into these environments which work around the clock. For Sydney’s new Ovolo Woolloomooloo hotel, architecture studio Hassell has designed a series of

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Luminous glow – the lighting on John Wardle’s summer pavilion

The National Gallery of Victoria’s first-ever Summer Architecture Commission by John Wardle Architects is a luminous nine metre-high structure that’s transformed the NGV’s backyard. The theatrical design doubles as a dynamic event space and place of retreat, shedding pink shadows by day and lighting by night in a breathtaking glow. John Wardle Architects is regarded for a strong diversity of work,

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Church style lighting creates intimacy at The General Assembly

You wouldn’t expect that a holy site in Turkey would inspire the design of a Melbourne hospitality venue. But when Six Degrees architects was looking for ways to create an atmosphere of warmth and intimacy at one of Melbourne’s newest hospitality venues, The General Assembly, they turned to Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia for answers. Located in

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Kate Martin talks architectural lighting with Light Project

With a background in industrial and interior design, Kate Martin joined Light Project’s Melbourne headquarters in October last year. We chat with Kate about her passion for design, advances in LED technology and her top architectural picks in Victoria.   Q: What’s your background in architecture and design? I have always been passionate about design.

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