Recently restored to its former glory with a contemporary touch in an urban environment and is now deemed as ‘Sydney’s most dynamic food destination’.
Tramsheds Harold Park has recently been restored to its former glory with a contemporary touch in an urban environment and is now deemed as ‘Sydney’s most dynamic food destination’. Light Culture was specified by Lighting Art + Science as part of the design to bring light to the façade and carpark area.
The WE-EF RFL540 product was used in a single-headed and double-headed arrangement to light the carpark to P11b and P12 standards; the result is a suitably lit space with minimal glare. To highlight the building’s façade the FLD121 spotlights were fixed to the Rail66 mounting, which was installed vertically on the façade columns. These provide a flexible lighting solution to the outdoor dining/arrival space of the building.
The project has been a success as Richard Mason concludes: “Lighting, Art & Science has been impressed by the performance and lighting effect created by the RFL and FLD luminaires in this adaptive re-use of the Tramsheds Harold Park building.”
|Location||Forest Lodge, NSW|
|Architect||Mirvac Design (building) | Aspect Studios (la|
|Lighting Designer||Lighting Art + Science|
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