Lee Broom presents over 100 lights with exhibition in a Sydney underground car park - architecture and design

Lee Broom presents over 100 lights with exhibition in a Sydney underground car park



British designer Lee Broom has opened an exhibition of his work called Park Life, in a car park beneath the Space Furniture showroom in Sydney.
The exhibition is contained within a white polycarbonate box inside the raw 370-square-metre concrete space. It showcases to showcases more than 100 individual lights by the designer, along with other works.
Broom's lighting and furniture pieces are presented alongside classical statues
The car park provides an industrial backdrop for a number of lighting and furniture pieces interspersed with classical statues on plinths, in a series of interconnecting spaces.
"Taking the form of a maze, Park Life will take guests on a poetic journey of discovery through hidden passageways, with tableaus and vignettes showcasing the brand's lighting, furniture and accessories in a whole new light," said the brand. One statue holds Broom's Orion tube light with the Orion globe light hanging in front
Broom was inspired by 18th-century pleasure gardens as places of "escapism, amusement and drama" when conceiving the exhibition.

A path of white gravel leads towards the entrance of the exhibition, flanked on either side by two classical figures. One of the statues is holding Broom's Orion tube light with the Orion globe light hanging in front of it, with the same lights hanging in a different configuration behind the other.
Both figures are installed on squares of black acrylic that reflect like pools of water.
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