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The Flaming Beacon lights QT Hotel, Perth

QT Perth is a new luxury hotel in the heart of Perth, set in the city’s trendy hub on the corner of Barrack Street and Murray Street, only a shiny stone’s throw away from the winding Swan River. A urban oasis with 185 rooms, a stunning rooftop bar and an excellent Italian restaurant, Santini.

Event Entertainment and Hospitality under the vision of David Seargeant has brought together this new QT hotel with the collaboration of Candalepas + Associates on architecture, Nic Graham + Associates on front of house interiors and Indyk Architects on guest room and apartment interiors.

Indyk Architects have also personally designed all interior elements on these levels – all joinery, bedheads, wardrobes, loose furniture, rugs, wardrobe handles, and the stitching details on chairs.

Together with JEB International they studied a sophisticated system of panels and sliding doors to allow an almost seamless connection between bathroom and bedroom. The West Australian landscaped strongly influenced the color and finishes palette, that convey a sense of opulence and comfort together with the luxurious textiles.

The lighting project has been provided by The Flaming Beacon, that chose Mood downlight and Yori Evo Box both in standard and warm dimming version. Andrew Jaques from The Flaming Beacon stated: “The lighting concept was to explore concepts related to the brand identity of fun, flair and quirky sophistication through lighting. The atmosphere was to be comfortable and progressively theatrical as day became night, requiring the use of precision, deep dimming lighting equipment”.

Project Credits

Project: QT Hotel
Year: 2018
Place: Perth, Australia
Photographs: Dion Robeson
Lighting Design: TFB – The Flaming Beacon

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http://www.tfb.com.au

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