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Haron Robson

Haron Robson has been lighting up Sydney for over 25 years, from homes to public spaces to boats and planes.

Haron Robson


December 22nd, 2010

Specialist design consultancy Haron Robson has been at the forefront of lighting, audio, electrical and energy solutions for over 25 years.

The company’s creative use of lighting and energy can be seen in iconic buildings and places around Sydney.

When architects Tonkin Zulaikha Greer were creating their sunken subtropical garden in the Paddington Reservoir’s collapsed chamber, they looked to Haron Robson for a lighting solution that would create the perfect ambience.


Haron Robson devised a dramatic design for the Paddington Reservoir, highlighting the remnants of the site’s historic walls and vaults while ensuring energy efficiency and low maintenance installation.

The company’s lighting, AV or electrical systems solutions can be seen in The Rocks relighting, luxury hotels such as the Park Hyatt, Quay West and Quay Grand hotels, and key office buildings such as Aurora Place and the Coca Cola building at The Quay.

Sydney Opera House’s new Opera Kitchen – which opened in December 2010 – also features lighting designed by Haron Robson.

In the Whitsundays, the Hamilton Yacht Club features a striking Haron Robson-devised lighting design that illuminates the building’s façade.

Next for the company is the delivery of audio visual design services for the 41 venues of the 2012 London Olympic Games, ensuring that Haron Robson will be making a mark on our visual and audiovisual landscape for many more years to come.

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