Eureka Tower, by Jamie Zollo for Dean Phillips Architectural Lighting and Design
Feature lighting for a private residence in Melbourne’s Eureka tower.
Jamie Zollo involvement included working with the lighting consultant to achieve a fully realised manufacturable solution for their concept range of art-deco lighting.
Hand cast porcelain tiles suspended from a bronzed washed brass frame.
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Stained oak timber frame with brass detailing and glowing acrylic boxes.
Stained oak timber frame with brass detailing and hand cast porcelain tile diffusers. Very art-deco!
Luxe Lounge, by Cloud9 Design Studio
Luxe Lounge approached Cloud9 with the task of designing a club like no other in Costa Rica.
Inspired by Art Deco, the team combined a rich color-palette with special lighting effects, jagged lines, extravagant furniture, and lavish imagery to create a club with numerous ambiences where eclecticism is the only common denominator.
Through this deliberate clash of spatial and visual elements, the club successfully embodies Luxe Lounge’s ambitious goal of setting a new standard for Costa Rican nightlife.
Zverynets Str. Apartment, by Antonovich Katerina
The interior of the apartment is made in a lightweight version of Art Deco with the inclusion of elements of different classical styles. The bright light spaces with a touch of bourgeois calm, restrained decor, clean lines of furniture, elegant lighting, natural materials – wood, leather, glass, pleasant to the touch texture of fabric (Alcantara, silk, velvet).
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