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PROJECT / QT HOTEL, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA PROJECT DETAILS


QT Sydney, Market Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia Client: QT Hotels


Architect: Nic Graham & Associates; Indyk Architects Lighting Design: PointOfView


LIGHTING SPECIFIED


Ground Floor (Roasters Café and Wine Bar, and QT Lift Lobby) Adam Signs 2400K 15mm cold cathode; VueLite linear 2700K LED and 3W UC-2700K LED under cabinet light; Modular LC 1-2 2700K LED adjustable downlight; Reggiani pinhole fixed down- light with 20W 24º tungsten halogen; Reconditioned heritage wall lights with Phillips 2700K 7W LED GLOW dimmable lamp; Industrial pendants sourced by Nic Graham and Associates.


The faceted metal bar in the Gilt Lounge features recessed LED uplights that accent its form. A suspended black track lighting system blends with the ceiling to provide accent lighting to the furnishings below.


warm and inviting appearance is attribut- able to linear LED. The black wall tiles are contrasted with the white of the chef’s uniforms and the food highlighted to give the kitchen area a stage-like quality. The Gilt Lounge occupies the third floor of the hotel and contains a spectacular wine display. As it can be viewed from many dif- ferent angles it demanded careful detailing to effectively conceal all light sources. To that end a cluster of custom designed, an- tique bronze tube pendants were suspended above the stairs to provide a decorative accent when viewed from the restaurant seating below. The Gilt faceted metal bar features LED recessed uplights to accent its form. A suspended black track lighting system blends with the ceiling to provide accent lighting to the colourful furniture and fixtures. High output, narrow beam lin- ear LED is integrated into the skirting detail of the wall panels to highlight the graphic artwork found there and to define the lounge’s perimeter. A guest’s point of view


DEUTSCH


QT Sydney ist ein neues, eigenartig gestyltes Boutique-Hotel – eine zuvor unausgefüllte Nische in der Hospitality-Versorgung der Stadt. Es kom- biniert zwei der symbolträchtigsten Gebäude Sydneys – das alte Gowings-Kaufhaus und das an- grenzende Staatstheater. Die Architekten von Indyk Architects arbeiteten mit den Innenarchitekten Nic Graham & Associates und den Beleuchtungs- design-Beratern PointOfView zusammen, um eine hochklassige Innenraumgestaltung zu kreieren. Die Eingangshalle verfügt über eine goldfarbene gewölbte Deckenlampe mit einem warmen weißen 2400K Kaltkathoden-Gewölbedetail. Goldene Vitrinen wurden mit versteckten LED-Strahlern ausgestattet, um die farbenfroh kostümierten Schaufensterpuppen darin zu beleuchten. An die Eingangshalle grenzt ein Café- / Weinbar- bereich. Seine barocke Gipsdecke wird ebenfalls mit einem weißen Kaltkathoden-Gewölbedetail beleuchtet. Andere erforderliche Beleuchtungen wurden geschickt in die Holzbauten versteckt und verschaffen eine warme, schwache Beleuchtung zum Arbeiten an den Tresen und LED-Hintergrund-


is effectively directed to a human level by pools of light thrown from decorative floor lamps.


The hotel’s 200 rooms, designed by Indyk Architects, required lighting to enhance the rich fabrics, artwork and sculpture in much the same way as the public areas. The Guest Room Hallways in the ex Gowings section of the hotel are fitted with discreet, suspended tube fitting with fluted hangings to uplight the ornate plaster ceiling rose and downlight the carpet runner below. The Guest Hallways in the ex State Theatre section of the hotel feature custom made, low level wall mounted fittings that accen- tuate the carpet runner with syncopated pools of light. Quirky, cast bronze ‘hands’ hold the number for each room. They are also lit by custom wall mounted fittings and are one of the many unique touches that go to make QT a truly international address on the streets of Sydney. www.pov.com.au


1st Floor (QT Sydney Reception and Members Bar) Adam Signs 2700K 15mm cold cathode; VueLite linear 2700K LED; Modular Duell surface mounted downlight with 20W 24º tungsten halogen; Flos Compass Box surface mounted adjustable downlight; Flos Battery Trim recessed adjustable downlight; Reggiani pinhole adjustable downlight with 20W 24º tungsten halogen; Reggiani Rollios Junior 2700K LED theatre spotlight with barn doors; Masson for Light Tully Spot with hon- eycomb louver combination 20W 24º and 8º tungsten halogen; Eutrac 3-circuit universal track; Roll and Hill Modo sconce.


2nd Floor (QT Bar and Grill Restaurant)


Adam Signs 2700K 15mm cold cathode; VueLite linear 2700K LED and 3W UC-2700K LED under cabinet light; ACDC Magna 7W 2700K LED inground uplight; Flos Pure 1 recessed adjust- able downlight; Reggiani pinhole adjustable downlight; Masson for Light Tully Spot with honeycomb louver with combination 20W 24º and 8º tungsten halogen; Eutrac 3-circuit universal track; Original BTC Stanley Copper Pendants; Tom Dixon Copper Sml pendant; Lumi Table lamps; Nocturnal Lighting custom Antique Bronze LED wall lights and suspended tube pendants.


3rd Floor (QT Gilt Lounge)


VueLite 2700K linear LED, 3W UC-LED under cabinet light Filix OD LED linear extrusion with narrow beam optic and linear spread lens; acdc 2700K Galli 3W LED inground uplight; Reggiani pinhole adjustable downlight all with 20W 24º tungsten halogen; Masson for Light Tully Spot with honeycomb louver with combination 20W 24º and 8º tungsten halogen; Eutrac 3-circuit universal track; Bribe GlasswareLumi Table and Floorlamps; Nocturnal Lighting custom Antique Bronze Work lamp; custom LED wall lights and tube surface mounted cluster feature suspended tube pendant cluster all in Antique Bronze (design: Nic Graham and Associates).


Guest Rooms and Hallways


Lightforce 2700K linear LED, 3W LED under cabinet light, pinhole adjustable downlight all with 20W 24º tungsten halogen; custom direct/ indirect heritage ceiling rose luminaire with 2700K linear LED uplight & Phillips Master LED 10W 24º downlight (design: PointOfView); Custom surface mounted wall light with 2700K linear LED (design: PointOfView); Nocturnal Lighting: custom State Hallway signage light (design: PointOfView) and custom Gowings Hallway signage light (design: Fabio Angarato Design).


beleuchtung in der großen Flaschenauslage. Eine Kombination aus in Bolzenlöchern versenkten Einbauleuchten mit guter Blendkontrolle und auf Schienen angebrachten Strahlern ist rund um das Gewölbedetail versteckt und verschafft Akzentlicht für Abendessen. Schmalstrahlige Lampen verlei- hen den Jalousetten aus Holz dramatische Streifen.


ITALIANO


L’Hotel QT di Sydney è un nuovo ed eccentrico ritro- vo ricco di eventi e negozi, un’offerta di nicchia finora mancante nel panorama dell’accoglienza turistica della città. Esso riunisce due dei più noti e rappresentativi edifici della città di Sydney, l’an- tico grande magazzino Gowings e il vicino teatro State Theatre. Per la realizzazione degli interni di prima classe, lo studio d’architettura Indyk Ar- chitects ha lavorato a fianco della Nic Graham & Associates progettazione d’interni e dei consulenti della PointOfView per la progettazione dell’illumi- nazione. La galleria d’entrata ha un soffitto dorato a vol- ta, illuminato con un diffusore catodico freddo in nicchia in grado di generare luce calda bianca da 2400K. Le vetrine dorate sono fornite di faretti LED


nascosti allo scopo di dare rilievo ai manichini che indossano vestiti variopinti. Adiacente la galleria d’entrata si trova un Café- Wine bar. Il suo soffitto incastonato in gesso, di gusto barocco, è ugualmente illuminato con un diffusore catodico freddo a luce bianca in nicchia. Ulteriori indispensabili punti luce sono stati in- telligentemente nascosti nelle strutture in legno per convogliare una luce calda, a basso impatto, direttamente sui piani di lavoro del bar e luce LED di fondo per la ricca mostra di bottiglie. Una combinazione di punti luce da incasso tele- scopici verso il basso, con buon controllo della ri- frazione, e faretti a percorso definito sono riparati all’interno di una nicchia perimetrale che fornisce luce diretta ai tavoli dei clienti del ristorante. Ulte- riori faretti a raggio stretto donano dei particolari getti di luce alle veneziane in legno.


ESPAÑOL


QT Sídney es un nuevo hotel boutique de estilo extravagante- un nicho que no ha sido llenado an- teriormente en la provisión de hospitalidad en la ciudad. Combina dos de los edificios más icónicos de Sídney- la vieja Tienda Gowings y el contiguo


Teatro State. Los arquitectos Indyk Architects tra- bajaron junto con los diseñadores de interiores Nic Graham & Associates y los consultores en diseño de iluminación PointOfView para crear el interior de primera categoría. El lobby cuenta con una iluminación abovedada en oro en el techo con un detalle de bovedilla cálido de luz catódica fría de 2400K. Los exhibidores do- rados están arreglados con spots de LED ocultos para resaltar a los coloridos maniquíes vestidos que se encuentran en el interior. Contiguo al lobby se encuentra un Café / Bar de Vinos. Su techo de molduras de revoque barroco también está iluminado con un detalle de luz blanca catódica fría. Otra iluminación necesaria fue ocultada de manera inteligente en la ebanis- tería para proveer una iluminación cálida para el mostrador del bar y contraluz de LED para la gran exposición de botellas. Una combinación de luces de techo ocultas junto con focos de buen control del resplandor se en- cuentran escondidos en un perímetro de detalle de bovedilla, lo que provee una iluminación acentu- ada a las mesas de los comensales. Los focos de haces angostos le dan impresionantes rayos a los postigos venecianos de madera.


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