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Project Detail

City of Perth
Supreme Court Gardens

Supreme Court Gardens in Perth, is an expansive garden area incorporating within it the Stirling Gardens and the Government House Gardens, the original Swan River wall, the Francis Burt Library and the Supreme Court buildings.

As a prominent tourist attraction in Perth, the City of Perth needed to fulfil the basic needs of visitors to the park, offering facilities like seating, lighting, public toilets and drinking water.

Ecoscape - Landscape Architects and Wave Engineering - Design Consultants, thought the addition of aesthetically pleasing pathway lighting was necessary to both improve safety and highlight the beautiful landscape so the park can also be appreciated after dark. Mondoluce put forward the iGuzzini Lavinia, an LED street luminaire with high performance optics that creates little to no light pollution.

The updated lighting makes the Supreme Court Gardens even more inviting for already popular events such as 'Opera in the park' and 'Carols by Candlelight'.

 

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Landscape Architect:
Ecoscape Landscape Architects

Design Consultants:
Wave Engineering

Builders:
BCL Group

Electrical Contractor:
Stiles Electrical

Photography:
Ron Tan

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