Different length crystals provide depth, texture and interest to create waves in this light installation in the atrium at Crown Casino, Melbourne.
Back lit laser cut ceiling at one of the entrances to the Crown Complex.
The timber clad work station in the Jimbo and Rex punctuates the rear wall of the cafe. This different surface material clearly identifies that this area is used by staff. The colour and the smoothness of the timber is warm within the space.
Laser cut, back lit bar is simply stunning.
The use of a textured glass wall results in a luxe feel.
The Atrium contains a luxurious palate of hard materials including marble, granite, travertine, crystals and glass.
The steel frame with crystal glass wall is not only decorative but can be used structurally.
The laser light metal cutout located on the ceiling of the verandah adds movement and texture particularly during the evenings when lighting plays off the textured surface.
The herringbone coloured cladding of the lower wall in the Baci cafe juxtaposes with the fluted wall detail above.