This month we completed a custom made 'antilliary' installation- a fusion between the ermet and the antler light range. The pendant was constructed from American black walnut and suspended from a concrete ceiling in a nine metre high void. The light is visible from nearly all of the rooms in the house- designed by Joe Adsett architects http://www.joeadsett.com.au/ with interiors by mmo interiors http://mmointeriors.com.au/ - as well as from the street below the cliff at the top of which the impressive residence rests.
Rag and Bone, American clothing retailer, have just opened their first store in Melbourne. Designed by Akin Creative, the store features some of our Ermet pendants in walnut and brass. The pendants were custom made in our Melbourne lighting workshop, here's a link to a write up Broadsheet did about the opening- Broadsheet Australia
Our horn based 'sound system 1' featured in 'Garden Pavilion' residential project by Black line one architecture The house build includes perforated acoustic ceiling panels to reduce resonance. Our sound system uses in-house built low powered triode vacuum tube amplifiers to achieve ultra high efficiency, low distortion sound reproduction. The project features in the architecture section of dezeen online this week.
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...
Recently completed- Pablo and Rusty's in Brisbane (the world's first cash-less cafe apparently) Designed by Larritt Evans, the space features one our custom made beam lights in American Oak above the main counter.