Curve Bar Light - Arts Centre Melbourne - custom design for Clare Cousins Architects
Astroluxe Cafe lights & screen for Robson Rak Architects
Custom designed anodised aluminium feature light and neon sticks for Baracon penthouse office, Sth Yarra.
Carew Council reception light.
Minimal interpretation of classic brass lights for Doughboys by Studio Esteta
Hand-blown glass sconces
Polished brass and frosted acrylic T5 pendant with hand-stitch leather straps.
Horse On Heels waffle cafe - Custom pendant for Figureground Architecture
Imperial Lighting Feature - collaboration with Kit Webster
Selbourne Copper Stair Feature
Shapes Pendant and table lamp for Rosanna Ceravolo Design
Mabel Jones Cafe lights for Hotblack Interiors
DMX controlled LED lighting for Damian Vick's 'Moment' sculpture - Southbank
Natraj is a custom designed feature light sculpture - a minimal interpretation of the 'Lord of Dance' which is a depiction of the god Shiva as the cosmic dancer who performs his divine dance to destroy a weary universe and make preparations for the god Brahma to start the process of creation.
Infinity Logo for Pause Festival Melbourne
Japanese Black Pino Rectangle pendants for Sushi Train by Look Design Group. Photography ppphotograpy.com.au
Electro pop experts 'Strange Talk' approached us asking for a cutting edge visual presence for their new live show. Happy to oblige, we went to work designing and engineering a solution that can setup in minutes and pack down to a compact road case, all controlled live via midi allowing the guys to easily improvise their set on the fly.
Strange Talk custom lighting rig
ST Live Vid
Supagrind Cafe Lights for Hotblack Interiors
Symbioticais a geometric light sculpture expressing a symbiosis of ecology and technology, with connotations of both natural abode and high-tech home developed for the Imperial Doncaster apartment complex in Melbourne. The work was commissioned by architects The Buchan Group for the AXF Group.. Illuminated by full-colour 2D mapped LED pixels which are choreographed to systematically allow animations to flow across its surface, the sculpture mimics a living presence, welcoming the residents as they arrive home at night and providing a luminescent beacon for the community. The pixels positioned throughout the sculpture are fully programmable, allowing the work to fluidly change appearance, daily and seasonally. While highly technological in its construction and expression, it’s animated light movements flow sporadically and organically. The deconstructivist geometric neural design and programmed illumination suggest visual references to an interconnected ecosystem, an abstract reflection of our networked existence - Kit Webster.