Showcasing the Landale Road, Toorak; The "Bat Cave"

 

The Landale residence is an iconic grade A heritage listed property set over 2500m2 of land in Toorak with this recent renovation successfully highlighting the architectural history of the building by resurrecting some of the pre-deco features, strength and character.

The main highlight of the project is the Batcave inspired car showroom that can be entered through a hydraulic ramp entrance that raises from the tennis court. An elaborate ceiling grid dreamed up by Molecule architects was coordinated and brought to life by the team at Lights & Tracks. 

 

Illumination Highlights by Lights & Tracks

The main highlight of this project is the "Batcave" inspired car showroom that can be entered through a hydraulic ramp entrance that raises from the tennis court.

An elaborate ceiling grid dreamed up by Molecule architects was coordinated and brought to life by the team at Krongold Constructions and Lights & Tracks. The Ceiling grid with dependently controlled zones allows for preset options so each grid square can be controlled to illuminate each vehicle individually.  The combination of the luminous ceiling and mirrored rear wall combine to create the illusion of an endless sky lit space.

With the flick of a switch the parking bay for each car can be illuminated with a vivid thin line of LED meticulously installed in the grout line to showcase each individual vehicle in exceptional light.

Architect Molecule

Construction Krongold Constructions

Interiors Molecule

Completion 2014

Awards

Idea 2015 Residential single (shortlisted)