Lucid Consulting Australia received two awards at this year’s IESANZ (The Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand) Lighting Design Awards.
The SA Chapter of IES held the Lighting Design Awards on the 12th of October in Adelaide. This year Lucid entered two projects in the competition – 1 King William Street and the Codan Fit-out – and we are very pleased to have received awards for both entries.
The Award of Commendation was presented to Lee Pappageorgiou, Jonathan Yeap and Daniel Currie for their lighting design for the main entrance and lift lobby at 1 King William Street.
Receiving the Award of Excellence for his lighting design of the Atrium at Codan was Paul Camozzato.
1 King William Street – Foyer & Lobby
The brief for this project was to create a completely new and unique foyer and entry point that would act as a branding statement for the whole building.
The lighting was designed to accentuate certain architectural elements within the space - such as the natural timber finishes and living green wall - as well as create a sense of ambiance and excitement.
LED technology was selected throughout the area to accentuate the timber blades and create the element of depth between suspended panels. A mixture of warm and cool white LED colour temperatures was selected to help distinguish between the main entry and lift lobby areas.
The lighting arrangement for this project was designed to reflect Codan’s image and core values, as well as adding stimulation and fun to the working environment.
The concept was to grasp the electronic manufacturing core of the business and reflect this in the lighting arrangement to the Atrium areas. A typical part of the business is the design and manufacturing of printed circuit boards which comprise of copper strips, terminals and capacitors.
The use of LED extrusions (representing the copper strips) suspended at different seamless angles and installation large format circular lights (representing terminals) provide a suspended printed circuit board over workstations and casual areas.