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For well over a decade, Mondoluce has been
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commercial and architectural environments.
We share the passion with industry
professionals, who understand the significant
role lighting plays from an aesthetic and
Light creates, highlights, delineates and
illuminates—it breathes new life.
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Project: Place of Reflection
Client: Botanic Gardens & Parks Authority
Landscape Architect: PLAN E
Lighting Designer/Engineer: ETC/Engineering Technology Consultants Pty Ltd
Landscape Contractor: EarthCare
Electrical Contractor: Nilsen (WA) Pty. Ltd.
A memorial garden was originally conceived by a
consortium of 5 groups in response to the needs by
those who have endured loss or trauma to have a
quiet place for personal contemplation and peace.
Landscape Architects from PLAN E created a
unique landscape upgrade at the southern end of
the Western Australian Botanic Garden recast by
the project team as a Place of Reflection.
It is designed to be a tranquil place of reflection
that is both transformative and restorative; where
all people who have suffered loss or trauma can
seek understanding, peace, healing, hope and
renewal. It offers a simple and quiet transition
from life to a place of reflection, a place where the
natural elements link to the cycle of past and
The new pavilion is predominantly constructed
from steel including decorative filigree screens
with a copper finish. The screens are softly
illuminated during the evenings with the iGuzzini
Ledplus LED fixtures which enhance and highlight
the intricate detail within the design. The Place of
Reflection creates an elegant, accessible &
inclusive community facility in the southern
section of the world renowned Western Australian
Botanic Garden, which further adds to the long
term significance of Kings Park.
The Place of Reflection has a timeless quality that
will be enjoyed for generations to come.
David Smith – Director
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