Project: MPavilion 2019 designed by Pritzker Prize laureate Glenn Murcutt AO. (Information Courtesy of http://www.naomimilgromfoundation.org/)
The Naomi Milgrom Foundation was founded in 2014, and its purpose is to enrich Australian cultural life by engaging new audiences with exceptional art, design and architecture. The Foundation, led by Naomi Milgrom AO, has become a model for public-private collaboration, enabling new projects with a focus on public, industry and education components.
The Foundation champions multidisciplinary projects that explore design’s close interconnections with contemporary culture. MPavilion is the Foundation’s centrepiece project and Australia’s leading architecture commission. Bringing together government, business and private sectors to collaborate, MPavilion is a civic space and cultural laboratory, hosting a spring-summer program of free cultural events in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens. At the culmination of each annual program, MPavilion is gifted to the people of Victoria and relocated to a permanent home.
Project Delivery, Lighting Control Supply, Commissioning and Programming Courtesy of Bluebottle
What was used: Intralux Cog LED 2.0 Tunable White (2700K – 6500K)
How was it used: The Cog LED 2.0 luminaire was utilized in an indirect lighting installation. By directing the light to reflect off the ceiling thus illuminating the white cloth sail making for an amazing crisp, dynamically coloured architectural structure.
Image Credits: John Gollings