Australia 108

Australia 108 is a proposed super-tall skyscraper located in the Southbank precinct of Melbourne. The building is set to be the tallest (highest occupied floor level) building in Australia and the Southern Hemisphere.

Chadstone Link

Designed to connect the Chadstone shopping centre, the largest in the southern hemisphere, with the newly opened MGallery by Sofitel, The Link is a tranquil walkway that replaces part of a multi-level car park and creates a more accessible, engaging entrance to Chadstone – the Fashion Capital.


Rialto, Melbourne, Australia Client: Dexus Property Group Dexus wished to replicate the outlining at the top of the iconic Rialto tower in Melbourne, originally installed in 1986 and past useful service life, with LED technology. Custom built luminaires were commissioned by NDYLIGHT with the installation specific inclusion of both a Royal-blue and Mid-blue LED chipset, […]

8 Exhibition Street

Designed by renowned Melbourne architects, Bates Smart, the ground floor foyer upgrade featured a variety of high-quality lounge and collaborative meeting spaces which will support socialisation and contemporary work practice.

Energy Australia Fitout

In creating the agile, collaborative workplaces required, Geyer’s architectural direction inspired NDYLIGHT to deliver an exemplary and innovative lighting design.

Gadens Fitout

The new workplace design for legal firm Gadens provides a modern and innovative 2.5 level, 5,000 m² fitout that explores a number of key objectives: enhancing collaboration, driving high performance, designing for longevity and aligning to the values of the Gadens brand.

Capitol Grand

Capitol Grand, Melbourne, Australia Client: LK Property Group Architect: Bates Smart About the project: Once built, this prestigious development will comprise of two towers; Capitol Grand and LK Tower. The curved facade of Capitol Grand houses eight levels of residential apartments, along with a large amount of retail space. LK Tower consists of 50 levels of […]

Rod Laver Arena

Rod Laver Arena was originally completed and opened in 1988 in time for the 1988 Australian Open. It was developed primarily for tennis as part of the National Tennis Centre development to replace the existing Kooyong venue. When not used for tennis, the centre serves as a multipurpose arena with the capacity to feature international sporting, entertainment and music events.


Juke’s presented some unique challenges in terms of integrating lighting elements into the MDF panelling and meeting the stringent requirements set out by Crown.