|Sydney Indesign Wrap Up, New Chandelier Light, Newly Photographed Lighting Projects and More|
|Thank you for coming by Sydney Indesign 2017|
Last month, we exhibited in Sydney at Indesign's design trade show event. It was fantastic to showcase our 2017 new pendant lights and catch up with old and new clients.
|And We Have Lift-Off|
We were also proud to launch the brand new Satelight Geo-Sun chandelier, sister to the Geo-Leaf lighting design. Designed and made in Melbourne, these product details to come very soon.
|Thank you to everyone who entered our Sydney Indesign Instagram and scanner competitions.|
We are excited to announce our lucky winners.
Our four Instagram winners who receive brand new Jord pendant lights, valued at $300 each, are:
Anastasia L. from Darlinghurst, NSW
Ashleigh P. from Kent Town, SA
Calorina S. from Waterfall, NSW
Laura G. from Balwyn North, VIC
Our Scanner prize winners of Copenhagen table lamps, valued at $300 each, are:
Yvette P. from West Leederville, WA
Sasha H. from East Sydney, NSW
Emma M. from North Sydney, NSW
Sarah Z. from Surry Hills, NSW
In addition to these amazing competitions, we also were part of Sydney Indesign's official giveaway. We donated 2 x Symbol pendant lights, valued at a total of $1,650 RRP. The lucky winner of these lights is:
Angela C. from Sydney, NSW
Firestone Restaurant Lighting Project
|Provincial Classic |
Custom 'Maya' pendant lights were created for the Firestone Restaurant at Revesby Workers Club. A great feature throughout the space with the contrast between the black wire cage and soft cream fabric.
The Ruc at Turner Bowling Club Lighting Project
|Natural Materials |
The combination of timbers and rusted metals add a warm atmosphere to The Ruc at Turner Bowling Club.
|Satelight would like to acknowledge the talents and skills of the architects, designers and building professionals who they work with. Please call Satelight if you would like to make contact with them.|
Parrtjima - A Festival in Light, Alice Springs NT
Showcasing the oldest continuous culture on earth through the newest technology on a 300-million-year-old natural canvas, the iconic MacDonnell Ranges will light up with a spectacular array of light and colour. Parrtjima – A Festival in Light, will include a unique outdoor gallery of contemporary and traditional Aboriginal art from the desert region. Larger than life, it will be an experience of light and sound.
Alice Springs Desert Park, 871 Larapinta Drive, Alice Springs NT
Friday 22 September - Sunday 1 October 2017, 6:30 to 10:30pm
Image Source: Parrtjima – A Festival in Light 2016, Inti Ljapa Ljapa Irapakalam (Butterfly Going Round and Round). A series of five illuminated skirts featuring watercolour landscape paintings.
|What's Been Happening Behind the Scenes|