Lighting Options light up a Perth institution.
November 15th, 2011
Acclaimed and oft-awarded Perth restaurant Jackson’s received a refurbishment in June earlier this year, with designer Carole Patchette given the brief to ’create an intimate dining space’.
Four small booths were created to add privacy. Patterned wallpapers, bronze mirrors and textural fabrics provide an elegant and rarefied feel.
Lighting was essential to meeting the design brief and creating the right kind of atmosphere.
Precise low glare spotlights from Lighting Options were used to accent each table and artwork for contrast, elegance and an element of drama.
Lighting needed to be flexible and easily adjustable, meeting the needs of a space where the floor layout can change from night to night.
Viso Fort Knox pendant lights feature in the private booths, adding extra ’bling’ without compromising the desired lighting effect.
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