324 Queen Street Lobby Refurbishment

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324 Queen Street is a multi-level office tower that includes a ground floor base building accommodating retail tenants and a two level basement carpark.  It was built in 1975 for ANZ Bank and was extensively refurbished in 2001.

Raylinc has been involved with supply of luminaires for a number of tenancy fitouts at 324 Queen Street since the 2001 refurbishment.  In 2015 BSE Brisbane provided electrical services and lighting design for the ground floor lobby area.

The lobby employs a combination of luminaires with differing characteristics.

Wall wash luminaires are used to light the vertical surfaces of the entry area and lift lobby and define the boundaries of the space.  A pair of recessed spot lights accent the soft furnishings that add a touch of cosiness to an otherwise harsh space.  Downlights with oval distribution provide an additional layer of ambient light over the dark floor tiles.

Externally downlights with flood optics are used for general ambient lighting in the entry zone.  Wall wash luminaires positioned around a column that is home to the prominent ‘3 2 4’ numbering of the building make the numbers appear to be illuminated from within.

Lighting design.  Tim O’Regan – BSE Brisbane

Architect.   Gray Puksand Architects

Images.  Jen Dainer – Industrial Arc Photography

Brisbane City

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