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New showroom for Nobby Kitchens

New showroom for Nobby Kitchens
3S Lighting had the opportunity to work with John Hall and his architect to supply luminaires for newly opened Nobby Kitchens showroom in Pymble.

The brand new showroom featuring latest kitchen trends has been illuminated by linear and spot LED luminaires. 
In addition to those, Nobby Kitchens styled their individual displays with residential pendants.

The aim was to highlight the displays in settings, which would represent the actual project, and provide great colour rendering and more intense light levels for the surface evaluation area in the center of the showroom.

Luminiares utilized for this projects were: Recessed Adjustable DLs, Recessed Fixed DLs, Surface Mounted LED DLs, Track Spots, Linear LED Pendants and Surface Mounted strips.

Our business partners Polytec (decorative surfaces) and Symonite (exterior cladding) also provided their products for this project. 
Nobby Kitchens Pymble showroom is opened daily, and is located at 19 Ryde Rd, Cnr West St

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