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.
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.
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.
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.
“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