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Lighting Options at Burswood Entertainment Complex

Lofoot mini LED projectors supplied by Lighting Options Australia illuminate Perth’s prestigious Burswood Entertainment Complex.

Lighting Options at Burswood Entertainment Complex


August 1st, 2011

Designed by Jason Thawley for Paviom, Lofoot is a unique range of lighting specially designed for building perimeters and public spaces.


When specifying lighting for the Burswood Entertainment Complex, the Architectural Lighting Division of building consultants VDM/BCA, needed a very special product to illuminate a 12-metre high granite and mirror-clad lift screen wall.


They chose Lofoot for its quality, durability and organic aesthetic.

“Originally we considered using halogen lighting,” explained Warren Levisohn, Electrical Engineering Manager at the Architectural Lighting Division of BCA Consultants.

“However, the Lofoot mini LED projectors were an ideal solution offering the same white light but with excellent adjustability when it came to projecting the light exactly where it was required.


“In addition, the extended life of the LED source and its ability to be dimmed over the course of the night were crucial to the ambient appeal of the space and also minimising future maintenance.”

Naturally fading out along the length of the screen, Lofoot mini LED projectors create a unique and striking look.


All Lofoot modules are energy efficient and available as projectors, bollards, light columns, post top and in-ground versions.


The Lofoot range is available in Australia through Lighting Options.

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