The WestConnex underground motorway scheme is one of the largest and most significant infrastructure projects ever undertaken in New South Wales. Digilin were engaged to provide a solution for a unique design concept on a series of substations that form part of the motorway system. Working in collaboration with cladding manufacturer Danpal, Digilin designed and manufactured a custom linear system
Located on the corner of Dixon Street and Little Hay Street in Sydney’s Chinatown, “Heaven” was first installed in 1997. Commissioned by the City of Sydney, the piece was designed by artist Peter McGregor, working with urban designer and architect Ken Maher, and architect and Feng Shui specialist Howard Choy. The artwork underwent a restoration in 2017 and is still
Digilin’s compact exterior range delivered incredible results in this Latin-American inspired garden. Adjacent to the main entertainment area is an extensive, multi-level garden with iconic desert plants, including palms, shrubs and various cacti. Larger trees are lit with Digilin Taipan outdoor fittings, using precise optics to perfectly illuminate the trunk and foliage of the trees, resulting in interesting shadows of
Dynamic water and mist feature lit by a Digilin designed fibre optic system, installed at ground level in Martin Place Sydney. The illumination of the water is achieved by Taipan FO IP68 light fixtures mounted beside the stream. The fibre optic lightsources are installed into nearby pits for easy access and servicing.
Working with artist Dawn Elrington, Digilin manufactured fibre optic lighting for the “Milestones” sculpture. The public art piece pays tribute to the significance of the wheat industry in the Cootamundra and Wallendbeen areas. It is an area that has seen some of the nation’s finest high quality award winning wheat crops. The project grew out of a major community achievement