Restoration and enhancement: Lighting the Woolshed

After the Woolshed was damaged by fire in 2016, major works were required to restore the venue to its former glory. Beyond a simple rebuild, the team at Schiavello took this opportunity to renovate. Glowing Structures alongside Light Project were engaged to create solutions and design something new and fresh around what had long since

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Lighting the way for patrons – Garden State Hotel

Melbourne’s latest go-to public bar, The Garden State Hotel, is an architectural delight. The iconic site, formerly occupied by Italian restaurant Rosati in the 1980s and before that a textile factory, is the largest pub venue in Melbourne. Spanning dining rooms, private parlours, a public bar and cocktail lounge, The Garden State Hotel is certainly

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Home made to glow – The Farm by Fergus Scott & Electrolight

How do you design a house to glow? The secret is in careful planning and invisible light sources, according to Electrolight’s Donn Salisbury, who led the lighting design team on this stunning NSW home, dubbed The Farm. Designed by Fergus Scott Architects, The Farm residence is a sprawling two-winged weekender that cleverly merges with the landscape. Rammed earth walls form a major part of the architectural design –

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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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