Recent Projects - Infrastructure
Sapphire proudly sponsored and assisted with the RMIT FABPOD project. Sapphire has recently anodised some of the spun aluminium spheres in Bright Paradisi to help bring the FABPOD to life.
Sapphire was contacted by HSLA to come up with advice regarding the suitability of anodising for the screen on the bridge in order to help beautify the bridge and worked with HSLA and Locker Group to come up with three of Sapphire's Colours in 25 micron
Sapphire was approached in 2004 by Architect Dean Stemler to provide anodised finishes to create a 15-metre-high wind-powered kinetic sculpture.
Sapphire provided Anodised aluminium sheet for use in cladiing the tower and underside of the bridge due to its durability and aesthetic appeal in keeping with the green credentials of the creation this new land release in Sydney's west.
Designed as a living room for sports buffs, the National Sports Museum is located deep in the undercroft of the redeveloped Melbourne Cricket Ground stadium.
The interpretive approach of the Australian War Memorial is to present personal stories through both traditional and contemporary media, allowing the visitor to engage at different levels with the hardship and horrors experienced by Australian personnel.
Measuring a whopping 9m long and 2m wide, the ornate oval-shaped, three dimensional light display is known as The Aurora. It’s named after the rare and stunning natural light shows created in the Earth’s atmosphere.
The Burwood Highway Pedestrian bridge is part of Victoria's Bicycle Pathway program in providing safe non stop commuting paths for pedestrians and cyclists.