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 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.
NDYLIGHT aided in creating a less-is-more lighting design illuminating specific elements and considering the illumination of screens and games within the space
NDYLIGHT aided in creating a space which leans heavily on the internal lighting of arcade games and festoons to illuminate the space
Funlab’s niche is the taking of an existing retail space and converting it into an entertainment space designed to appeal to both adults and children.
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.
NDYLIGHT was engaged to design the lighting for this innovative new branch, a vessel to allow ANZ to push their vision of the future of banking, involving breaking down traditional barriers between banker and customer.
NDYLIGHT were commissioned by Walker Corporation, on behalf of Tribute Gym, to reinvigorate the previously unused zone beneath Collins Street Bridge and deliver a functional training space offering a fresh twist on the typical boxing gym.