We've just completed a project for Deakin University through Buro architects, who specified the largest 3 way beam light we've made so far. The challenge for us was to create a custom feature light with a diameter in excess of 3 metres but which could be transported to site and assembled into one contiguous pendant. The light integrates with the universities DALI systems and uses the best quality LEDs and drivers available. While the construction was done in our Melbourne lighting workshop, final assembly and wiring was completed onsite - here are some pictured of the pendant during construction and onsite - we'll have some images of the finished project once the Deakin University Media lab is open!
A great shot of our poncho bar stool in situ in a Melbourne residential project. As well as furniture, we're also making a number of custom lighting pieces which will be installed later in the month (more photos to follow!)
We're looking for a new member for our workshop team- a junior maker.
We're looking for someone with a great attitude, not necessarily experience in the industry.
We'll train you in the basics of furniture making as well as fabrication and construction of our lighting products. You'd be based part-time in our Melbourne workshop- working 2-3 days a week. If this sounds like you then contact us at email@example.com or use the form below...
Broadsheet recently featured an article on Pablo and Rusty's in Brisbane- with our BEAM light above the bar. The light was custom made in our Melbourne workshop - we ship our lighting Nation wide and it's always great to see it photographed in situ. The project was designed by , Laritt Evans and photographed here by Tammy Law.
One of our custom pieces seen here used in a shoot for neutral instinct, styled by Bek Sheppard. We frequently collaborate on lighting and furniture projects with other local Melbourne makers, and it's always great to see the resulting images...
Winter has been long and cold in Melbourne, but the first signs of spring are here already. For us, the upside of less daylight is that the lighting in our showroom gets more of a chance to do it's thing. We have designed original lighting concepts inspired by nature to bring what we love outdoors, indoors.
We just finished installing one of our antler lights in a house in Melbourne. One of our new lighting designs, it hangs in a stairwell, making an imposing piece in the entry.