Architectural lighting fixture

An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about architectural lighting fixture

Project • By KLUSParks/Gardens

Scissortail Park

The park offers many interesting attractions, incl. picnic grove, ornamental gardens, forest, lake, playgrounds with fountains and the newly built "Cafe Spark". The lighting in the cafe is made of LED solutions created by KLUŚ. The open area of the cafe required efficient general lighting. The equipment chosen for this purpose was LIPOD lighting fixtures sealed to IP64 and K-HE-30-1440-HD-24V LED tapes with warm white light temperature and a high CRI 95+, thanks to which the illuminated objects look natural. Justin Miers Photography LED lighting fixtures were used as decorative elements of a high pinnacle, symbolizing a lantern. At dusk, the pinnacle becomes a landmark, attracting attention with strong, rhythmically composed light.... More

Project • By Articolo LightingHotels

Quay West Hotel Lobby

Articolo's Double Ball Pendant and Double Ball Wall Sconce feature in the Quay West Hotel & Residential Tower refurbishment in Southbank. Nestled in the heart of Melbourne's arts precinct, the Quay West building refurbishment designed by CoLAB Studio draws cues from the iconic interiors of the neighbouring  Arts Centre and Hamer Hall. The interior juxtaposes purity of form and honesty of artisan craftsmanship to create a poignant design contribution to this special pocket of Melbourne's art and design soul. The Fizi collection is mesmerising with the explosion of bubbles suspended in champagne’sque effervescence. Breathtaking shadow play when Fizi is lit. Wall and ceiling jewellery for the home.  ​Photography... More

Project • By Articolo LightingPrivate Houses

Flinders Residence

Lavishly endowed with glowing Australian timber and limestone, this home has a robust but luxe materials palette "from the earth", says Abe McCarthy of Abe McCarthy Architects. Abe collaborated with interior designer Alice Villella of AV-ID, custom builders Gstruct Group and landscaper Barber Design to establish this warm, inviting family home embedded in open pastures on the Mornington Peninsula.WHAT WAS THE CLIENT’S BRIEF?Abe McCarthy: We had worked with our client, a couple with a growing family, on two prior residential renovations. The essence of the idea of a dream home for them, a new build on the Flinders site, was conceived some years ago. Work began on an initial concept in 2013 to a brief centred on the creation of a family... More

Project • By Articolo LightingPrivate Houses

Annandale House

'Baldwin & Bagnall explore light and scale in the contemporary refresh of a renovated terrace in Sydney’s inner-western suburb of Annandale. Heath Baldwin & Hayden Bagnall are the names behind Baldwin & Bagnall, a Sydney-based multi-disciplinary design practice specialising in bespoke interiors. They were the ideal candidates for taking on the Annandale House; last renovated in the 1980s, lacking in access to natural light and an adequate floorplan. Approached by the client with a clear vision for a modern and comfortable interior, Baldwin & Bagnall needed to demolish the majority of the home and start from scratch. A tedious reshuffle to the home’s layout gave Baldwin & Bagnall the opportunity... More

Project • By mckimmPrivate Houses

The Sussex House

A bold contemporary form and celebration of materiality, showcasing bricks, bluestone and porcelain - embodying the mass of a boulder, delicately floating within the shallows of a deep blue body of pool water, the weighted walls are softened by warm timbers and curves, all perceived through a biophilic line-of-sight.   - For a family of 6, and large extended family, zones and spaces were designed around interactive family life, large gatherings and entertaining.   - Bold contemporary form and materiality, bricks and bluestone softened by curves. - Seamless flow and Biophilic line of sight connecting Indoor to outdoor garden spaces. - Water movement with surrounding shallows and pool, integrating fluid connection of spaces.... More

Project • By Articolo LightingPrivate Houses

Pickford Street Residence

Originally designed by the renowned, late architect, Wayne Gillespie, the Pickford Residence has undergone a seamless extension by architectural practice Watson Young Architects. Built by Bloom Projects, this residence perfectly blends its original features with contemporary details, creating a fresh and luxurious family home. Framed around an incredible courtyard space, this U-shaped home enables a real sense of connectedness, whilst also offering a whole lot of space for the kids to play and the parents to relax. With interiors by Lisa Buxton Interiors, each room beautifully considers the details from the buildings past, such as the use of the classic Gillespie brass. We love the way this beautiful material palette pairs so flawlessly wi... More

Project • By Articolo LightingPrivate Houses

The Crescent

'For a sophisticated bespoke interior clearly influenced by its marine location overlooking Sydney Harbour, this luxury boutique three storey residential building is all about curves, rich architectural detailing and quality craftsmanship. Stand-out lighting features include a statement pendant over the marble-themed kitchen island, several unique wall lights and LED strips in the spacious basement car park.' -Words via Est Lighting   This elegant home overlooking Sydney's harbour features the Articolo Float Hover Wall Sconce and Float Pendant, the Fizi Single and Triple Ball Wall Sconce and the Scandal Long Pendant. The Float is a signature Articolo collection which evokes opulence and grace. It is refined lighting inform... More

Project • By Jost ArchitectsApartments

Adela Apartments

The project came about with the development of a large residential block close to the Elwood foreshore and Port Philip Bay. The brief simply requested a spacious apartment product that was cutting edge and contemporary, but subtle both inside and out. The concept of a large apartment resulted in six single level dwellings, each with the proportions of a small house. The apartments are low maintenance, functionally adaptable to appeal to a range of potential residents, and highly sustainable. Externally, rather than go for a standard “stacked wedding cake” form, the building was set back significantly from the adjoining properties on the lower levels. This allowed the main volume of the building to have vertical sides and reduce... More
Portsea House by Austin Design Associates
Portsea House by Austin Design Associates
Portsea House by Austin Design Associates
Portsea House by Austin Design Associates
Portsea House by Austin Design Associates

Project • By Articolo LightingPrivate Houses

Portsea House

'A previously dated but solidly built 90’s style house with ‘good bones’ has been renovated with minimal structural changes but with a comprehensive interior design program. Our clients purchased a large, solidly built and well-located beach house. However, the kitchen was impractical, the large bar unnecessary and the finishes were colourful – the house had the sensibility of a 90’s office interior rather than a home near the beach. Our repeat clients trusted we would give the house a more relaxed and warm feel as well as creating practical spaces for a family that likes to cook and entertain.  As the house was quite large we had sufficient space to enlarge the kitchen and include the client’s sele... More

Project • By Luigi Rosselli ArchitectsPrivate Houses

Arch-Texture

It is not a coincidence that the word ‘Arch’ is found in both ‘Arch-itecture’ and ‘Arch-aic’.1 In recent times there has been a resurgence in the use of the ‘Arch’ in architectural forms throughout the world.  Why? Most likely as the result of a generational ebb and flow in our cultural relationship to our collective history; a youthful break with our past replaced with a mature revaluation. Modernism emerged from the conformist historicism of the Victorian era and sought to euthanise that past architectural narrative, and so few arches were visible in its rigid Euclidian geometry.  However, following the excesses of the Second World War a melancholic reappearance of a veiled neocla... More

Project • By Articolo LightingPrivate Houses

Huntingtower Road

Completed by architectural developer Orchard Piper, Huntingtower Road offers this beautifully proportioned home in the heart of Armadale. In collaboration with esteemed architects Jolson and landscape architects Myles Baldwin Design, this rare property comprises ten finely detailed homes immersed in greenery. Purposefully-designed to encourage and cultivate an indoor-outdoor lifestyle, this premiere residence offers ample amenity and comfortable living spaces. Designed for secure and convenient living, residents may enjoy the freedom of a ‘lock up and leave’ lifestyle.This elegant garden residential project features the Articolo Fizi Pendant, the Scandal Long Pendant and both Slim and Fizi Wall Sconces. The Fizi collection... More

Project • By Articolo LightingPrivate Houses

Apartment 06

Situated on the third floor of a classic Grade-II Listed building in West London, this apartment is set across what was once four separate houses. The expansive lateral layout emphasises the extraordinary sense of space.  The living areas communicate through sets of large double doors, so the space can feel private when necessary, but also has a sociable, open flow to it.  The rooms are punctuated with charismatic pockets of colour: a rich brown in the sitting room and subtle peach emerging in the dining room.  Marble and touches of burnished brass are combined with rich fabrics including bouclé, velvet and wool to enhance the sense of feminine elegance and comfort.    For this residential project an Artico... More
Articolo Indi Pendant Extra Large
Articolo Indi Pendant Extra Large
Articolo Indi Pendant Extra Large
Articolo Indi Pendant Extra Large
Articolo Lumi Wall Sconce

Project • By Articolo LightingPrivate Houses

Hill House by Decus Interiors

Timeless with a twist. Melding a classic yet contemporary interior from which to appreciate a jaw-dropping view of the city skyline, this family home was designed to last a lifetime. Responding to a brief for the ultimate in quality of finishes and furnishings whilst mindfully avoiding a gallery of showpieces, we grounded our aesthetic in the European inflexion of the architectural language. Layering an energetic and warm palette with the selection of playful art, we balanced fine materiality and specification of timeless bespoke furniture pieces, to carefully shape a resounding sense of home for this busy family of six.   Words - Decus InteriorsArchitecture - Luigi Rosselli ArchitectsBuilder - Critharis ConstructionPhotography - An... More

Product • By Articolo LightingDuo Wall Sconce on Round

Duo Wall Sconce on Round

The duo collection celebrates the essence of duality.  Muted tones in contemporary spherical fusion of transparent clear and earthy hues. These two elements combining in perfect balance and harmony. More