This suite at 189 Flinders Lane was inspired by Tokyo Drift. The interior designers at Topic Interiors came up with the concept and colour scheme. We decided to play along with the idea, incorporating light fittings that drift around bends, and snake through the reception, just like Takashi in his Nissan 350Z in The Fast and the Furious – Tokyo Drift.

We used our GEO PS6090 profile in the open plan work station areas and throughout the reception. This profile is the “work horse” for our commercial office spaces. It is made to custom lengths to suit the required layout, and is manufactured locally using drivers and LED Boards from Tridonic.


In the kitchen breakout space, we used our GEO S1708 profile and Galaxy Pro 2110 350 LED’s/m LED to light up the underside of the shelving. Throughout the rest of the breakout space, we used the LT1268 Track Spot on suspended track to give a contrast to the Linear profiles used in the rest of the tenancy.

To add more texture, and to tie in with the Japanese tradition of using natural materials, we made the meeting room fittings from Tasmanian Oak, recessing out GEO PS3537 profile into the timber.