KODA Lighting was established in 2004 with the opening of the first KODA showroom in Cammeray, NSW.
November 21st, 2008
KODA specialise in sourcing unique quality lighting from around the world, with distribution throughout Australia and New Zealand. The great majority of KODAís work is in specified products, presenting a wide selection of functional types within each manufacturers range. Offering custom dimensions, configurations, lamps and finishes, KODA present the architecture and design community with tools to help them execute their ideas.
Architectural and feature lighting.
Resolute (from Seattle, USA), Oligo (from Hennef, Germany), Vessel (from Boston, USA), Address (from Bellingham, USA) and Pablo (from San Francisco, USA).
Commercial, hospitality and residential.
KODA Lighting understands specification, and the needs of architects and designers. Taking into consideration the realities of construction deadlines, KODA provides timely delivery, flawless service and absolute dependability. KODA products are intended to accommodate the creative vision of specifiers.
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