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TECHNOLOGY / AUSTRALIA


MADE IN AUSTRALIA


KLIK Systems LOCATION: EASTERN CREEK, NSW INTERIOR & EXTERIOR


KLIK has been supplying the Australasian region with high quality architectural linear light fittings for more than 30 years. Their range has been developed to include over 50 distinct systems, each designed in-house to accommodate the full range of light sourc- es, affording the specifier the largest possible choice to suit project purpose, budget and aesthetics. KLIK fittings are custom made to client order and can be individually tailored to create innovative illumination solutions. Environmentally focused, KLIK products use the latest lamp technologies, electronic control gear, recyclable alumin- ium housings and the ability to locate the fitting closer to the task thereby minimising the number of luminaires and energy required.


Market segments include health care, commercial offices, educational facilities, trans- port interchange, retail and hospitality. Recent new products include the robust IP66 range for exterior use, the KlikLED+ range, and the LEDPOD. KLIK Systems also creat- ed the systems for Luminous, the interactive LED façade at Sydney’s Darling Quarter. www.kliksystems.com.au


Illumination Physics LOCATION: MACLEOD, VIC


EXTERIOR Darkon LOCATION: COLLINGWOOD, VIC INTERIOR


Established in 2007 and located in Collingwood, Victoria, the Darkon team of profes- sionals thinks, designs and manufactures high-quality architectural interior lighting products and provides custom lighting solutions for public, commercial and residential projects.


Its customer groups include architectural, engineering and construction business- es. Over 50% of all Darkon products are available in LED. In addition to standardised products Darkon supplies modular profile systems, manufactured project-specifically and requiring a high degree of technical sophistication and a stream-lined production process.


The engineering know-how and industry experience have been passed to Darkon from its sister company Dean Phillips Architectural Lighting & Design (DPAL) Pty Ltd, a specialist in customised feature luminaires with 10 years of national and international exposure. The mission of Dean Phillips to promote Australian craftsmanship and innova- tion in lighting has been adopted by Darkon as well. www.darkon.com.au


Illumination Physics is a leading special- ist in the highly-skilled area of integrat- ed LED architectural façade lighting. With offices in Australia and Hong Kong, the company boasts both develop- ment and manufacturing capabilities, allowing them to provide innovative and highly customised ‘whole service’ solutions to architects, designers and façade engineering companies on a project-by-project basis. Illumination Physics has an impressive collection of project references across Asia demonstrating how their engineer- ing skills have allowed them to provide customised lighting solutions that saved clients both time and money. The team provide equipment and control system designs as well as complete installation packages and installation supervision when required. www.illuminationphysics.com


We open the Australia pages of our International Lighting Design Survey to learn more about the country’s key manufacturers.


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