NDYLIGHT was appointed by ISPT as part of the NDY team to be involved in all front of house lighting elements as part of the 4 National Circuit development in Canberra.
Working in conjunction with NDY Perth office, NDYLIGHT oversaw the concept design and documentation phases of the project, which in addition to the façade, also included the main entry and the cantilevered canopy at roof level.
NDYLIGHT designed lighting and projections that enable the space to act as an art exhibition illuminating street arts while improving the perception of safety.
This rejuvenation formed a major part of the Councils 2030 Community Vision – that Wangaratta has a strong focus on its major rivers with a cosmopolitan riverside.
The Penguin Encounter exhibit replicates the seasons and light cycles of Antarctica, with simulated snowy conditions and a 14-degree Celsius chilled water state-of-the-art life support system. The exhibit was created in 2008 as part of a significant expansion to the aquarium, which was originally built a decade earlier.
The State Library Victoria engaged NDYLIGHT in 2011 to design a new LED-based lighting solution to the heritage-listed western facade. The previous installation, from the 1990s, had reached the end of its useful life and was in need of replacement.
Wynyard Walk, Sydney, Australia Client: Thiess Architect: Woods Bagot About the project: Wynyard Walk consists of a new pedestrian tunnel link and footbridge between Wynyard Station and the developing CBD western corridor and Barangaroo. As part of the Thiess contractor team, NDYLIGHT were responsible for the delivery of the architectural lighting design One of the […]
This Masterplan delivers an inventory and analysis of the current lighting conditions, a proposed lighting concept for the whole area, and detailed recommendations for each precinct identifying place-specific design approaches that will satisfy functional requirements and identify opportunities for feature lighting.
NDYLIGHT were commission to illuminate the visitor centre and selected external paths leading towards the ancient stones.