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Project Detail

Vicinity Centres
Mandurah Forum

The complete centre transformation by Vicinity Centres, nearly doubles the size of Mandurah Forum. The updated facility has become a contemporary retail, dining and shopping destination of what is now Western Australia’s second biggest city.

The luminaires put forward by Downer Group in collaboration with Mondoluce, enhance Hames Sharley's coastal design both inside and out.

The iGuzzini Wow creates interest from the carpark entrance with it’s compact, minimal design and soft curves. The Wow not only offers an aesthetically pleasing design but also improved energy efficiency, high visual comfort optics and maintainable components making for a long lasting luminaire.

The interior of the centre is lined with pelmet lighting that softly highlights the ceiling throughout. The pelmet lighting system supplied by Mondoluce offered a substantial saving in installation (labour) time and effort. The ease of maintenance of this system was also a big advantage to the client. The result was a high level of indirect light, perfectly uniform which opened the malls.

The installation by Perth artist Alister Yiap’s displayed on the corner of Pinjarra Road and Mandurah Road, features painted concrete and laser cut aluminium, creating a screen reminiscent of light reflecting off water. The installation is perfectly complemented by discrete grazing light from the iGuzzini Linealuce RGBW, providing minimum energy consumption and maximum longevity.

The new-look Mandurah Forum has been designed to reflect the coastal character of Mandurah and to connect to the culture and community, providing an integrated meeting place for all. 

Architect:
Hames Sharley

Electrical Engineer:
Best Consultants

Builders:
Multiplex

Electrical Contractor:
Downer Group

Photographer:
Ron Tan

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