Light interwoven with architecture – Corrs Brisbane

Law firms are AMONG THOSE WORKPLACES EMBRACING A NEW AGE OF AGILE WORKING WITH THe new Corrs Chambers Westgarth workplace in Brisbane EXEMPLIFYING the design direction of THE THOROUGHLY modern office – open, connected and collaborative. Lighting has played a key role in its transformation. A leading Australian law firm, Corrs is redesigning each of its capital

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Sydney’s Pier One – a dawn to dusk lighting design

When BATES SMART took on the job of revamping PIER ONE Gantry Restaurant and Bar, located on one of Sydney’s oldest piers, they knew that lighting would play a crucial role in the design. Light Project was very happy to be involved in creating the perfect atmosphere for this luxury location. Bates Smart was engaged to

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“Best lighting i’ve ever seen” – Heston Blumenthal’s Fat Duck

Melbourne received its first taste of THE FAT DUCK in February this year as renowned British chef, HESTON BLUMENTHAL, and his much-celebrated restaurant migrated to a temporary home on the third floor of the Crown complex. Designed by BATES SMART (with lighting designed by ELECTROLIGHT and supplied by Light Project), The Fat Duck features a sophisticated

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Lighting liveable zones with MRTN Architects

The old adage of the worst house in the best street could have once been applied to Gable End House in Melbourne’s bayside suburb of St Kilda. Before its well-considered transformation by Antony Martin of MRTN Architects, the original 1980s red brick house was an anomaly in a streetscape of heritage-listed Federation and Art Deco

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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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