Showcasing Long Song; a hospitality lighting project on Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
Classified as not just a bar and definitely not a restaurant, David Moyle’s atmospheric new eatery above Longrain is getting a lot of attention in Melbourne.
A project by JCB architects, this converted horse stable located on the second floor boasts its original floors, exposed brick walls, high pitched ceilings with a selection of luminaries supplied by Lights & Tracks.
Illumination highlights by Lights & Tracks
A signature element of this project was the ambient timber slatted feature walls back lit with indirect LED lighting creating a warm, ambient backdrop to the entire venue.
Wall lanterns that pay homage to the authenticity of the building and unique feature pendants situated throughout gives the sophisticated feel that makes it obvious that you have arrived somewhere special.
Completed with the overhead display of glowing lanterns designed by Jan Flook emanating Thailands traditional floating lantern ritual, the designers behind this venue have delivered a truly unique project that deserves credit for the individuality.
Architect JCB Architects
Construction COD Build / Medley Group
Interiors JCB Architects