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Out and About PointOfView Design The Collins Bar Adelaide, Australia


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STIRRED… PointOfView light a bar where James Bond could be stirred not shaken...


The Collins Bar at the Hilton Adelaide Hotel wanted to achieve an ambiance even James Bond (the Daniel Craig version) would find beguiling. They wanted it to appeal to business clientele as well as locals who wanted a world class experience. They decided to appoint PointOfView, the Australian based lighting design firm. They always enjoy a challenge and International Hilton guidelines require 100% of all the lighting to be LED. PointOfView custom designed a unique central ceiling feature which provides a stunning visual centrepiece above the bar. There are LED strips on top of each of its blades which light the coffer for high ambient lighting during the day. This fully glazed facade was particularly tricky. By


day, daylight ingress had to be embraced to provide high ambient light levels but by night the clientele had to feel enclosed by the space and not be drawn to the busy road and street lighting that are outside. They used white and amber LED's within down lights to match the color temperature shifting of halogens when they are dimmed, critical in any hospitality environment. The effect is now one of sophistication, style and originality… shaken, not stirred…


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POINTOFVIEW DESIGN PTY LTD +61 2 9818 6355 www.pov.com.au


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