Commissioned from renowned Minang/Wardandi/Bibbulmun artist Christopher Pease, “Targets” is 34 metre long, 5 metre high artwork comprised of 56 individual perforated panels, now on permanent display on the Art Gallery of Western Australia’s (AGWA) rooftop. Described by AGWA as “one of the most significant commissions of a Noongar artist in Western Australian history…”, the piece forms a visible part of
Curtin University’s Trading Room, based at its Business School in Perth, is an innovative, state-of-the-art learning and teaching area for students studying financial markets and data analysis. The space has undergone significant technology and design upgrades during its recent refurbishment by LT Architect, as well as doubling in capacity. Complementing its sleek design and innovative technologies, the Trading Room’s lighting
Situated at the heart of the city along the Fitzroy River, Rockhampton Riverside Precinct is world class civic and recreation space. Commissioned by the Rockhampton Regional Council, the precinct was purposed to activate the city’s unrealised economic, cultural, and tourism potential, drive investment, and assist with the city’s recovery following Cyclone Maria in 2015. An exemplary placemaking project, the precinct
The upgrade of Modbury Hospital is one of the most significant hospital redevelopments ever undertaken in South Australia. Involving significant refurbishments and the construction of multiple new specialist facilities, the upgrade will ensure that the hospital is equipped to service the local region for many years to come. Digilin’s Recess 70 linear systems fit with very high colour rendering 4000K
The core of arts and cultural activities in Karratha and the greater Pilbara region, the Red Earth Arts Precinct (REAP) is an incredible architectural feat. The facility features a 450+ seat theatre, rooftop cinema, multiple function areas, community library and administration offices. Digilin’s RGB HaloFlex exterior linear systems were employed for the dynamic facade highlights, as well as for the
The Centre for Sleep Research at the University of South Australia is dedicated to broadening our understanding of sleep health, fatigue & human performance. Inside the facility, research participants may live isolated from the rest of the world under controlled environmental circumstances for weeks at a time. The facility’s external structure is a brilliant example of the results that can
Hutchie’s Gold Coast/Tweed office is home base for its 120 local workers. The office’s primary ambient lighting is delivered by suspended lengths of Surface 50 linear systems fit with 4000K LED, precisely mitred to follow its winding paths. Suspended lengths of Javelin 18, also with high output 4000K LED, have been employed as overhead task lights for its many workstations.