Croft House in Inverloch, Victoria is an award winning new-build residential project, with sustainability at its core. Featured on Grand Designs Australia, the structure fulfils the dual purposes of outlook and shelter, while also integrating into the surrounding landscape.
To meet the building’s green aspirations, environmentally sensitive LED fittings are used throughout. The most dynamic of these is the continuous run of perimeter LED extrusion concealed behind a timber laminated beam. This provides the residence’s primary source of lighting. This solution also ensured the sculptural form of the twisting, timber-clad ceiling was not interrupted.
Linear Lumino Vector range for joinery lighting and the laminated perimeter beam
Lucent Prospex Plus downlights
Lucent Focus 90 exterior soffits
Lucent supplied with LED 50 light engine
Photography courtesy of James Stockwell Architect