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
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
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
Oracle is comprised of two towers, 52 and 42 levels in height, housing luxury residential accommodation and a 5 star hotel. Completed in 2010, the project significantly raised the Gold Coast’s luxury tourism profile and was heralded as highly successful in rejuvenating Broadbeach, continuing today as the cornerstone development of the local area. To contribute to Oracle’s luxury image, Digilin
Individually controllable, custom-built RGB IP68 LED luminaires with onboard DMX for what was the tallest residential building in the world.
An Australia cultural icon, lit up with over 6000 metres of side-lit fibre optic cables – one of the most challenging projects Digilin has ever been involved in.