Projekt 3488

Warburton, Victoria 2018

Lost Profile were commissioned to create some customised pieces in Weathered Bronze for a converted Masonic hall in Warburton, Victoria. The Colossal design was tweaked to emit light only downwards, creating a moody warm glow along the entry table below.

Surgeon 700 at Percy Plunkett Cafe

Penrith, Sydney. March 2018

Surgeon 700 was employed by rockstar interior designer Matt Woods (Matt Woods Design) for this exciting refurbishment of a colonial era heritage cottage in the foothills of the Blue Mountains.

Lost Profile at Denfair 2018

Melbourne, June 2018

Taking inspiration from our own cabinet of curiosities, we created a bone-like installation of structures to display our new products at Denfair 2018.

We took the opportunity to launch Covenant chandelier and Distance Wall Sconce, as well as wall sconce iterations of existing products Surgeon and Colossal. Lost Profile were highly commended by the judges in the category of Best Small Stand.

Est Lighting takes on Lost Profile in NSW

Surry Hills, Sydney. January 2018

Colossal 900 Pendant in Wilson & Market

Prahran, Melbourne, November 2017

Paul Wilson's Wilson & Market opened in July 2017 and has been listed by the Qantas Travel Insider as one of the top 20 new Australian restaurants.

Site Photoshoot with Andrew Katsonis

April - May 2017

Over a few months in early 2017, we teamed up with urban photographer Andrew Katsonis (@ccbt_melb) to shoot our lights in different industrial and abandoned spaces like a construction site in outer western Melbourne, a dilapidated Geodesic house in outer eastern Melbourne. We love how these shoots turned out

Est Lighting in Surry Hills, Sydney are now the official representatives of Lost Profile in the state of NSW. 

Lost Profile at Denfair 2017

Melbourne Convention Centre, June 8-10 2017

Lost Profile's debut exhibition at Denfair 2017 was a big success. We wanted to display something that broke free of the clean-cut norm - something a bit more bold, a bit more rough around the edges.


We designed and built a "bombed-out concrete WWII bunker" and hung the lights as though they were the only things to survive the bombing. Well, the lights and a very robust articulated surgery table from the 1930s.

See for more information on the exhibition.


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