Home' Scoop Homes and Art : SHAA 34 Spring 2012 Contents a well lit passion
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For well over a decade, Mondoluce has
been driven to provide lighting solutions for
commercial and architectural environments.
We share the passion with industry professionals,
who understand the significant role lighting plays
from an aesthetic and functional perspective.
Light creates, highlights, delineates and
illuminates—it breathes new life.
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Project: West Australian Ballet Centre
Architect/Designer: Sandover Pinder Architects
Lighting Designer/Engineer: Wood & Grieve Engineers
Electrical Contractor: Everett Smith & Co Pty Ltd
West Australian Ballet dancers: Yvette Sauvage & John Murray
It is always a privilege to work with a grand old
piece of Architecture such as this. The former WA
Institute for the Blind building features generous
proportions, elegant pieces of original detailing
and a quality of natural light which helps to create
exquisite spaces. It is a stunning new home for
the West Australian Ballet which finally gives them
full size practice studios to stretch out and Jete.
A great deal of work goes into a ballet production.
Designing for the adaptive reuse of this heritage
building was similarly complex, with the technical
and functional demands of backstage works, and
performance and beauty required out front.
The Mondoluce team were a key to the success of
this project by ensuring the choice of lighting puts
the best features of this culturally significant
building, and its tenants, on show.
David Karotkin - Managing Director
& Catherine Watts - Architect
Sandover Pinder Architects
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