Lighting concept for 8 Chifley Square
The lighting concept for 8 Chifley, an iconic commercial tower in Sydney’s CBD, was all about connection both internally and externally. How could lighting help visually bring both public and work spaces together in the most sustainable way possible while creating a real statement.
With the budget being a concern, it was important to find ways to enable the lighting installations to achieve aesthetic and sustainability goals while at the same time keeping costs down.
To highlight the sway-bracket and support structure as an architectural feature, the specification and careful placement of red LED lighting dramatically accentuates the finishes of the facade while also reducing energy consumption and light spill.
Product Used in this project
IP66 projector of marine-grade, die-cast aluminium alloy with superior corrosion protection. Powder coat finish in black RAL 9004, grey aluminium RAL 9007 or white RAL 9016. Distribution options include symmetric, wide beam (B), symmetric, medium beam (M), symmetric, very narrow beam (EE) or symmetric, very narrow beam with ‘sharp cut off’ (EES) and different LED light sources are available. The luminaire is factory-sealed and does not need to be opened during installation.
6th September, 2016
Architect / Designer Lippmann Partnership in consultation with Rogers, Stirk, Harbour and Partners
Builder / Project Manager Mirvac Projects
Engineer / Lighting Designer Arup - Tim Carr & Tim Hunt
Photography Andy Yee