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Era Chatswood - Best Residential Development in 2017

Era Chatswood - Best Residential Development in 2017
Era Chatswood has been awarded the Best Residential Development 2017 by Property Council of Australia.

Congratulations to Mirvac Design and E-Lux Lighting Design and Consultancy for their involvement in this award winning project and for selecting 3S Lighting as one of the luminaire suppliers.
Full list of 2017 Property Council of Australia winners are here.
About the Era Chatswood project:
Era is a 42 level tower featuring numerous amenities for residents, including a gym, indoor heated pool with adjoining lounge area, sauna and outdoor BBQ alongside a grassy park. To commemorate 2014 Chinese Year of the Horse, the new public park created by Mirvac also features a magnificent sculpture of a horse. ‘Relic’ is a life-size working horse, sculpted from metal and salvaged industrial objects by Braidswood sculptors Andy Townsend and Suzie Bleach.   
Source: Mirvac Residential Web
3S Lighting manufactured and supplied various LED luminaires with Xicato LED modules for the interior and foyers of this building.

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