The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Landscape
The terraced pool garden surrounded by the lush green is lit up with dramatic lighting highlighting the textures and layering of the stone walls and timber decks.
The walkways are well lit with concealed indirect lighting while the resting areas remain relatively dark for the comfort of the guest.
For this 2 storey with basement residence, the lighting creates soft and warm ambiance for comfort. The waffle ceiling panel in golden metallic finish in the basement carpark is a design feature which has the unique 2-side cove lighting and mini downlights integrated.
The soffit of the architectural roofs is softly highlighted to create floating effect. The interior and exterior space blend by controlling the volume of light in each space by using a smart control system for the entire house.
One Central Park
2017 Kuala Lumpur
Urban Research Lab
For this luxury condominium with a large garden, the Nipek's scope included the landscape and common areas including the garden lounge and sky gardens. The high volume of the Garden Lounge was enhanced by the uplighters installed in the ground and under water to light up the stone walls. Specially designed architectural lighting fixtures including the pendant light in the lounge and the bollard light in the landscape reinforced the character of the architecture.
Mandarin Oriental Singapore
Nipek had worked on the renovation / lighting enhancement of the Mandarin Oriental Singapore. Lighting for the central atrium and landscape were improved by focusing on creating vertical illumination on the various feature walls for enhanced sense of brightness and dramatic effects.
Four Seasons Voavah
Voavah is a truly private island with seven bedrooms, Beach House, pools and spa.
The lighting was kept to a minimum for the guests to experience the natural lights at night – stars and moon. Despite the use of LED light sources, the color of the light was tuned to very warm candle light white throughout the resort.
The light for jetties were designed with handcrafted ceramic reflector panels with variation of glazing from light blue to warm orange to create a gradation of color from ocean to the beach.
THE PAVILIA HILL
2016 Hong Kong
Japan Landscape Consultants Ltd.
A play of light and shadow was designed for the clubhouse of the iconic residential property in Hong Kong island crafted by Atelier Ikebuchi with Wabi Sabi in mind. Lighting from below creates intimacy and drama throughout the spaces.
Nipek’s scope included the interior and exterior of the clubhouse, as well as the Zen gardens designed by Shunmyo Masuno.
The Westminster Nanpeidai
Eric Parry Studio
Located midway between Shibuya and Daikanyama, Nanpeidai is a leafy district
with a long and established history.
The Westminster Nanpeidai is a highly curated residential property, combining the distinguished design of renowned British architects Eric Parry Studio, with the artistry of some of Japan’s master craftsmen.
Nipek had worked with the architect for the conceptualization of the lighting designs. Uchihara Creative Lighting Design Inc. in Tokyo had worked on the detailed lighting design and realization.
Condominium Show Gallery
2015 Jakarta, Indonesia
A modern luxury apartment in Jakarta Indonesia has been officially launched in November 2015 with the completion of the stunning gallery and show flats built on the project site. Dramatic lighting of the external facade of the gallery reveals the distinctive sculptural form of the architecture. The gallery space is illuminated with museum quality spotlights and discreet architectural lighting has been designed for the two apartment show units.
Grant Associates, MVRDV, Architects 61
Nipek had collaborated with one of the five shortlisted teams led by Grant Associates and MVRDV for the design competition for the Singapore government to transform the 24km former railway line to an inspired and extraordinary community space.
Our ambition was to create a dynamic lighting infrastructure that organically responds to the human traffic in order to minimize the negative impact of artificial lighting on the animals and ecosystem living in the green corridor while assuring the sufficient lighting is provided for the cyclists and pedestrians.
24km Dynamic Lighting Infrastructure
Darkness for Animal
Light for Human
Colony & Summer Pavilion
Tony Chi & Associates
Two brand new restaurants at The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore.
The existing architecture is highlighted with soft up-lighting to work as a back-ground to the cozy seating areas surrounded by a number of small lanterns designed by Tony Chi. The courtyard lighting is designed so that it is visible from the interior by using moonlight effect in cooler color temperature to create visual contrast with the warm interior lighting. For indoor mainly halogen light sources are used for supreme quality of lighting for the exceptional restaurant.
The Ritz-Carlton Millenia
Refurbishment of the Presidential Suite at the top floor of the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore.
The ceiling coffer lighting and curtain box lighting were introduced to enhance the sense of brightness by soft and warm ambient lighting while glare-less adjustable downlights create add a dramatic contrast by articulating the pillars, flowers and bespoke furniture.
Sunset View Residence
The 3-story house was designed with a focus on illumination of paintings and creating views connecting inside and outside.
In the feature staircase, the contrast of light and shadow enhances the interestingly exposed building materials such as concrete blocks and bricks.
Lau Pa Sat
Public Building / Food Market
Built in the 19th century, Lau Pa Sat is a national monument building and a bustling food court located in the heart of the Singapore's business district.
Nipek's lighting design aimed at revealing the beauty of the original architecture by turning the octagonal roof into a large lighting reflector, providing a soft ambient lighting for the interior while showing the structure and visually lifting up the building.
Uplighters are concealed on top of the food stalls to illuminate the building roof structure above.
Client: Chanintr Living, Thailand
Albano Daminato / STUDIO DAMINATO
Great attention to lighting detail and close collaboration with the interior designer helped achieve the minimalistic yet comfortable space for the design furniture showroom in the heart of Thanglor, Bangkok.
Indirect lighting from the two long wall softly fills the space while the focused beam of spotlights illuminate the displayed furniture through the discreet 'black holes' in the ceiling.
Photographer: Manoo Manookulkit
Copyright of photographs: Chanintr Living
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