Yearly Archive: 2014

LED Timber Light for retail lighting

November 14 2014

Bell Street Fish & Chip shop in Torquay Victoria have the best Fish and Chips in Torquay we think.  When purchasing some of Chris and Nia’s Fish and Chips we discussed upgrading Bell’s Streets lighting. Bluelab Design proposed changing their fluoro lighting to LED Timber lighting.  We supplied the T90 in 1200mm long length Installed…

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Project: Tribeca Apartments

Tribeca Apartments

May 14 2014

Located in busy East Melbourne, Tribeca Apartments were designed by French architect Phillip Stark and built on the old C.U.B. site – with the old brewery façade retained and restored. Unfortunately, Phillip Stark’s design came in well over budget; Bluelab Design was appointed by Multiplex and Apps Electrics to create lighting that was specified by European…

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Blue Lab Design - Project: Alexandra Avenue, South Yarra

Alexandra Avenue, South Yarra

May 12 2014

Our lighting designer at Bluelab Design was asked by Clarke Hopkins and Clarke’s interior design team to assist with the procurement of apartment lighting for Alexandra Avenue. Located in one of Melbourne’s most exclusive areas, the products had to be of a high quality. Monark Developments, CHC Interiors and Bluelab Design worked together to create…

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Project: Crown Metropol

Crown Metropol Hotel

May 12 2014

In 2009, Bluelab Design worked with Bates Smart and Vision Design on the specially designed hotel room lighting at the Crown Metropol. Every light design went through a lengthy and rigorous design and approval process, with a tight schedule for supply to Watters Electrical. The end results were beautiful, including chrome picture wall lights with…

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Bluelab Design uses LED lighting to increase energy efficiency in your home or business

April 1 2014

The benefits of LED lighting are endless. Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights are extremely energy-efficient, cost-effective, durable and more. Energy efficient Conventional light bulbs waste most of their energy as heat – a standard 50-watt halogen lamp turns 90 percent of electricity used into heat with only 10 percent into light, while a compact fluorescent…

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