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Project – Chifley Tower

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“Chifley Tower was conceived as a building that would stand amongst the most recognised and timeless pieces of architecture in the world.”
— William Louie, Kohn Pederson Fox

Chifley Tower is an iconic skyscraper in Sydney, Australia. From 1992 until 2019 it was the tallest building in Sydney at a height of 244 metres. 

Designed by New York Architects Kohn Pedersen Fox, in association with Sydney firm Travis Partners. Chifley Tower is inspired by the art deco buildings of New York. Known as Bond Tower during its construction between 1989 and 1992, it was renamed in Chifley Tower in 1993 after former Australian prime minister Ben Chifley and its location at Chifley Square. 

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Location
Sydney, Australia

Architect
Travis Partners and Kohn Pederson Fox

Copyright@ : Jackie Chan

Engineer : ER&D

Custom recessed housing encloses four ODESSA floodlights in the ceiling. Combining wide and medium beam angles, the individually aimed luminiares illuminate the giant columns and walkway below. 

LIGMAN’S products used :

ODESSA
Floodlights, projectors

Stylish adjustable projector range. Naturally beautiful and unique contemporary family, ODESSA packs a punch with an abundance of options and accessories.

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