How Retailite & Studio Grayscale Tackled Limited Retail Space Challenge
We worked closely with Studio Grayscale and Thurley to supply the retail lighting solutions including track lighting (Cilindro 65mm) and LED wall lighting. Retailite also advised on the best lighting solutions for the space to ensure all lighting worked together in unison, where the same colour temperature highlighted the product and created a sophisticated ambience.
Forever New Perth: How to Light A Giant Glass Cube
The GLG team were asked to create a spectacular and functional lighting solution that would allow for seasonal décor changes and relocation of floor displays. The outcome is an energy efficient LED solution which uses innovative retail lighting products including the Rotos Spot and Track system.
Retailite Beds Down With Snooze Frankston
Frankston’s Snooze is a large open plan retail space, and exudes a cozy atmosphere throughout its different display areas. With natural light only spilling in from the front windows of the store, there was quite a controlled environment within which to design the lighting.
The Community Benefits From Our Ritchies Supermarket Lighting Solution
When Retailite was asked to provide a complete lighting solution for Ritchies fine food and wine outlet in Dromana, we saw it as an exciting challenge to showcase the best of innovative LED lighting technology.
Kathmandu Chadstone’s Adventurous New Lighting Design
The Kathmandu brand is synonymous with adventure, travel, and the outdoors. While designing a tailored lighting solution for their Chadstone store, this brand ethos was an important consideration for GLG.
Carla Zampatti Lighting Design Enhances Brand And Customer Experience
GLG was recently engaged to deliver a lighting design plan that would complement the high-end brand. The Sydney store is located in the Westfield shopping centre in the heart of the CBD where myriad premium stores vie for the attention of eager shoppers and passersby.
The Three Sisters
The Blue Mountains City Council presented GLG with a stringent set of criteria, the main being that any solution was to be LED based in order to provide both an energy reduction and minimise maintenance requirements. Oh, and let’s not forget it had to have the ability to project light 600m across a valley of difficult terrain.
KIKKI.K Illumiates Store Redesign with Lighting Upgrade
We were commissioned to carry out the brief and started work on upgrading the store’s lighting to LED technology to enhance and work with the fixtures and new displays.
Retailite Lights Up Sportspower Rebrand
While the store layout was vast, the ceiling detail enabled our team to create specific zones where two types of lighting strategy was applied: Gridded fixed downlights maximized light distribution over more permanent fixtures, while a track/spot strategy in the open ceiling provided the flexibly to accent products and displays that would change from season to season.
Kingsway Netball Courts
The multi-million-dollar Kingsway Sporting Complex in Western Australia has undergone a redevelopment of their facilities. The aim is to encourage more people to engage in local sports, leading to healthier and happier individuals and safer communities to live in.
City of Melbourne Gets Smart
The Melbourne City Council region includes 16 inner city suburbs covering 37.7 square kilometres and is the central precinct for Greater Melbourne. The Council is working collaboratively to reduce carbon emissions across the municipality by focusing on Council operations, commercial buildings and industry, residential buildings, stationary energy supply, transport, freight and waste management.
City Chic Fountain Gate Gets Red Carpet Treatment
Retailite were recently engaged by City Chic to produce an innovative concept lighting scheme for their Westfield Fountain Gate store. Fashion retailer City Chic (Specialty Fashion Group) is well known for their bold, glamourous and vibrant sense of style, and we sought to complement this aesthetic when considering the lighting requirements.
Anzac Parade LED Upgrade
GLG’s solution involved 6 STLED modules with a custom reflector system. The dimpled reflector provides the appearance of a large luminous opening to reduce the glare impact of the LED modules. A large internal heatsink was designed to dissipate the 80W of power and dimmable driver was used, allowing power to be adjusted to suit the V2 to V4 category levels.
Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC)
GLG alongside Downer Group was tasked with developing and delivering a range of suitable lighting products, as specified by the project’s engineers and architects. Required to match the architecture and aesthetics of the advanced hospital and research facility, as well as to meet the strict requirements of the building’s AS1680 Interior Lighting Standard.
The Gabba Training Nets
In finding a solution for lighting up the GABBA practice nets, Norman Disney & Young (NDY) Engineering Consultants considered multiple options and arrangements and ultimately an LED light solution was chosen for its use of optical technology. The Sylvania BritelineTM LED Raptor floodlights were their definitive choice.
City of Ryde – Smarter Lighting Achieving Energy Savings
GLG was tasked to create a contemporary lighting solution which incorporated a LED luminaire that had a 7-pin NEMA base and included radio frequency control node. GLG worked with Silver Spring Networks, a global leader in networking and IT solutions for critical infrastructure to provide the City of Ryde with a network that enables each luminaire to be controlled remotely, via a leading edge wireless access point (WAP).
Victorian Emergency Management Training Centre
Located in Melbourne’s north, the Metropolitan Fire Brigade’s $109m specialised emergency services learning and training college at Craigieburn is a world class training facility, with a fundamental focus on practical training, flexibility, innovation and technology.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge attracts millions of tourists every year to the famed Sydney Harbour, and the architectural and design detail contains significant heritage value. GLG Lighting has been instrumental in helping to sustain the heritage aspect of some of the more intricate lighting aspects of the bridge.
Australis & Nathan Buildings
The outcome was successful from both aesthetic and functional viewpoints. The energy consumption was at best practice levels for 2016. These centuries old buildings have not only been restored to their former glory, they also now boast better light levels and lower power consumption than most of their surrounding downtown counterparts.
GLG was appointed to provide a complete lighting scheme for The Quarter, including 46 apartments used to accommodate the service workers of Karratha, as well as commercial and retail spaces.As a State Government project, the brief was to deliver a comprehensive and contemporary lighting design within an assigned budget.
Alexander Maconochie Centre (AMC)
Designed with Environmentally Sustainable Development (ESD) in mind, the centre incorporates sustainable initiatives such as: 2.1 million litres of below ground fresh water storage, grey water recycling for toilet flushing and irrigation, solar hot water and high grade building insulation^.
200 George Street
Home to Mirvac and Ernst & Young’s new Sydney headquarters, 200 George Street by Mirvac consists of 37 storeys with 33 office floors. Designed by architecture practice Francis-Jones Morehen Thorm (FJMT), embodying industry-leading design, technology and sustainability features, 200 George St embraces innovation and high technology.
The International Towers, Barangaroo
Barangaroo delivers Australia’s most sustainable high rise office building, with the latest technology. Currently unrivalled, ITSB defines Sydney as the leading 21st century world city in the Asia Pacific region. Having changed the landscape of Sydney, GLG contributed to a project that leaves a positive and lasting impact on this great city.