The Multi Use Entertainment Facility (MUEF) Building at The Star Sydney casino site is a celebration of light. To maximise the special lighting effects that were central to the design vision, we developed a unique glazing system of low‑iron laminated translucent glass with customised opacity, designed using detailed 3D models based on architectural surfaces.
The glazing system was tailor-made using special brackets to compensate for a particular joints hierarchy and irregular geometry.
Operable roof hatches allow access to cavities between the inner façade wall and glazing for ongoing maintenance of the feature lighting.
Low-iron laminated translucent glass with customised opacity was used to maximise the visual impact of the building’s special lighting effects.
Hyatt Regency, 161 Sussex Street -
Integrating custom-designed elements to maximise the elegance and usability of the double-skin façade.
Biosciences Building, UNSW -
Integrating complex façade systems with terracotta screens to maximise natural light and enhance the learning environment.