Bringing your vision to light, Di Emme delivers innovative custom lighting solutions for large & small projects across Australia.
Drawing on 30 years’ experience, we specialise in designing, manufacturing and installing large scale custom lighting.
Working with architects, designers and builders, we have created architectural lighting for The Star, Westfield and iconic hotels & restaurants both in Australia and overseas. We adopt collaborative approach ensuring that ideas and concepts are brought to life.
Our custom lighting pieces are designed and fabricated in Australia by experienced craftspeople. We use a wide variety of materials to produce high quality, innovative products that are as much about form as they are function.
We are inspired by the endless possibilities, new materials, fresh ideas and the ambition to bring large projects to life. We specialise in creating bespoke architectural lighting with wow factor.
Our creative team works with engineers, builders and architects to understand what's possible in a given space; Weight, cost, durability, maintenance and safety as well as design factors all need to be considered. Our innovative team love producing the spectacular!
We can manage all elements of the project including installation.
Di Emme created the spectacular lighting in the gaming area for hospitality specialists, Paul Kelly Design. The work involved threading hundreds of metres of brass ball chain into a ceiling-mounted channel.
Installed at Broadway shopping centre and conceived by Electrolight, the slumped acrylic shapes create a sense of movement.
Custom-made acrylic bee lights are hand-painted and internally lit.
Custom made uplight with slumped satin ice diffusers.
Rings fashioned from aluminium, coated in gold leaf, and lit with LEDs and internal down lights.
Blown aluminium, laser cut acrylic sheets and layered, gilded MDF.
Custom lighting crafted from industrial materials like these pendant shades made from metallic strips, enhance the industrial charm of the Collegians revitalisation.
Lobster pot lighting feature in the rooftop cocktail bar reflects the hotel’s coastal setting.
Small globes positioned at intervals on a metal grid are reflected by mirrored ceiling creating a warm, playful light.
A wall of lights in mason jars produces a warm glow against the rustic exposed brick, complementing the lights fashioned from machinery cogs and metallic strips in Split Watermelon design studio’s Collegians club revitalisation.