Projects

28
Jul

Bob Hawke College

Named in honour of the late former Australian Prime Minister, Bob Hawke College is a state-of-the-art secondary school in Perth’s inner-city suburb of Subiaco. Opened in early 2020, the school is expected to reach a capacity of approximately 2000 once stage 2 construction is completed, taking significant pressure off the local school network. Working with our Western Australia partner HI

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10
Jun

Her Majesty’s Theatre

Intimate and enchanting, “The Maj” has been brought back to life by an incredible redevelopment project featuring Digilin’s HaloFlex and custom-designed backstage linear lighting.

19
Jun

Kingsford Smith Drive Upgrade

Digilin’s Taipan and new generation RDM/DMX control systems delivering a stunning result on Brisbane’s Kingsford Smith Drive development.

15
Jun

Christies Beach High School

A stylish, visually stimulating facility designed to inspire and attract young people to STEM industries, employing Digilin designed and built RGB linear, drivers and controls.

12
Aug

Menzies Place, Melbourne Central

A unique lighting feature for Melbourne Central Retail Precinct, developed in conjunction with Buckford Illumination and Designers.

27
Feb

Koombana Bay Foreshore

The Koombana Bay foreshore has been transformed and brought to life by a sophisticated, functional & customised lighting scheme.

20
Oct

Capital Square Perth

Digilin’s custom-built lighting system encased in the timber handrails, giving an unremarkable stairwell a stylish finish.

13
Jun

Adelaide Convention Centre

The Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) is one of the world’s most modern, flexible and technologically advanced venues. Comprising three distinct yet seamlessly integrated buildings, the Centre spans 20,000sqm of multi-purpose space. Digilin were extremely honoured to be chosen to design and manufacture a significant amount of lighting and controls for this iconic Australian venue. Following initial discussions with our SA

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18
Feb

Brisbane Ferry Terminals

Award-winning terminal design from Aurecon and Rayner Cox Architects, featuring zero maintenance fibre optic cables in parallel runs to form an internal illumination system.

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