• Est Lighting – Sydney

    Our showroom is a resource for light planning and advice to the architecture and design community, featuring a broad composition of architectural and decorative lighting. We’d like to thank our friends at Valmont for the design and build of our new home.

  • Oracle by Christopher Boots

    In classical antiquity, an oracle was a person or agency considered to interface wise counsel or prophetic prediction of the future. As such it was a form of divination. Oracles were thought to be the medium through which the gods spoke directly to people. Sculptural in presence & resonating with symbolism, ORACLE brings a touch of the Bronze Age crossed with the 21st century. Interlocking rings inlaid with LED create optical effects of dancing mid-air in a weave of the simple and highly complex.

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  • Turner

    Turner is a sharp and evocative multi award-winning design practice with realised projects valued at over $3 billion recently completed or under construction. With approximately 100 staff from 24 countries, Turner reflects a culturally diverse workplace, strong in identity, that is continually evolving. Their recent studio renovation uses a layering of task, accent and pelmet illumination by Est Lighting to create a sophisticated and warm environment.

  • Brugge Residence

    Belgium and the Region of Flanders in particular features extensive use of modernist residential architecture, as seen in this Brugges collaboration by Salens Architecten and Eva Carlier.

  • ORP by Christopher Boots

    Oblique Rhombic Prism is a pared-back structure that allows sacred geometry and light to come together as one. ORP emphasises simplicity and form, connecting elements that speak to the links between all formations of life.

  • Amara Display Suites

    “The building will take the form of an elongated and punctured void, intuitively responding to its unique site conditions on Botany Road, Alexandria. Entrance lobbies, a private garden pathway to the North and a public through-site link to the South combine to provide an enlivened and active through-site connection. The landscaped podium serves as a green oasis for residents that spill out to the public domain in a verdant green sequence of planting and water features. Ground floor retain spaces serve to activate and invigorate the public through-site link. Retail spaces, landscaped pathways and entry lobbies combine to create a dynamic fine grain at street level.” – Fox Johnston