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Scarborough Clock Tower

As part of the MRA’s Scarborough beach redevelopment, Light Application was chosen by the MRA and Electrical Consultants ETC for the enhancement of the Rotary Clock Tower. While preserving the original architectural values, an artistic effect through illumination was added that is both flexible and interactive. Using the energy efficient Anolis RGBW multi chip LED [...]

By |2017-09-28T16:08:15+08:00February 15th, 2014|Architectural Lighting, Decorative LED Fixtures and Control, WALGA|Comments Off on Scarborough Clock Tower

Elder Street Car Park gets greener with Philips Dynalite

The City of Perth’s Elder Street Car Park opened recently to great fanfare as being the “Greenest” Car Park complex in WA. Designed by Hames Sharley Architects, in conjunction with Bassett Consultants (Aecom), the Car Park features many state of the art power saving and environmentally friendly features. Light Application is proud to have supplied the [...]

By |2017-09-28T16:08:15+08:00October 8th, 2010|Commercial Lighting, LED Street Lighting, Lighting Control and Energy Management, WALGA|Comments Off on Elder Street Car Park gets greener with Philips Dynalite

Subiaco Lighting Enhancement

Just in time for Christmas, Light Source, the design and LED solution division of Light Application, working with Subiaco City Council switched on 5 additional sites in Subiaco. The sites use a variety of LED lighting equipment such as Anolis strips, Space Canon Bisquits and Studio Due Archileds. Naturally all of the sites are controlled [...]

By |2017-09-28T16:08:15+08:00January 9th, 2009|Architectural Lighting, Decorative LED Fixtures and Control, Landscape Lighting, WALGA|Comments Off on Subiaco Lighting Enhancement

Pinnacles glow with Dynalite

The Pinnacles Interpretive Centre, located in the Nambung National Park, will be opening to visitors in the new few weeks. The new $4.7million dollar Government funded centre, features a Dynalite lighting control system along with the extensive audio visual presentations. The remote buildings use Solar photovoltaic panels, along with Wind turbines to produce a significant [...]

By |2017-09-28T16:08:15+08:00May 12th, 2008|Commercial Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Lighting Control and Energy Management, WALGA|Comments Off on Pinnacles glow with Dynalite