Five large ceiling panels made out of Innowood battens, as well smaller intermediate smaller features across the width of the mall have been installed at the Mirvac Stanhope Village Shopping Centre in Sydney North West. One of the ceiling panels over the children playground includes Opal Lighting RGB strip lights controlled by a Lutron HomeWorks QS. A great synergy between three of Archinterface clients and a happy customer from Mirvac. We are currently doing another job for Mirvac on the Sunshine Coast with the same sort of Innowood profiles. Completion is due in June.
Archinterface has been instrumental in securing a large installation of Innowood products for the upgrade of the Mirvac shopping Centre at Stanhope Village.
Subsequently, Opal Lighting and Lutron were specified for the animated lighting feature over the new playground area. These products were chosen for their low maintenance, suitability of purpose and affordability. The client was also interested in having Innowood acting as primary subcontractor to supply and install the whole project within a very tight schedule
In an effort to help reduce waste of space and transport costs, as well as reducing our carbon footprint, we are trying to have all our brochures as downloadable documents from our website by the end of the first quarter of 2013.
You can already download the following brochures from the appropriate page on our site:
LUTRON: Grafik-Eye QS brochure
HomeWorks QS brochure
Fabrics selection brochure for Sivoia and Serena Shades
OPAL LIGHTING: Lighting Profiles drawings
ITLAS: Full brochure on Engineered Floor Boards
Full brochure on Engineered Parquet system
TACCHI: Full brochure on metal fabrics
Jean-Marie LIERE has spent all his professional life in consultative selling,