RMIT – Oxford Scholar Hotel
The Oxford Scholar Hotel is a popular meeting spot for people across the RMIT University and among those who work and play in the Melbourne CBD. The Oxford Scholar Hotel was designed by Charles d’Ebro who was also responsible for Stonnington, the boom-style mansion in Malvern. The hotel, now nestled in the corner of the Swanston Academic Building, mobilises exposed brickwork common of Queen Anne Revival. A hotel has existed on this site since 1857, although it ceased operation when purchased by RMIT University in 1986 as part of future development plans. It was re-opened in 1991 and immediately reverted to being a cherished watering hole for many in the RMIT Quarter of the city. In 2019, the Scholar was redeveloped, refurbished & re-imagined as a sophisticated bar & eatery. Innovation Lighting, keeping in mind heritage & prominent pre-period feature requests & requirements, custom designed & manufactured lighting requirements which not only look & feel fantastic, BUT most importantly function & celebrate such an iconic landmark. Custom extrusions in weird shapes, surface mounted slimline low glare down lights, bar lighting, commercial kitchen lighting along with custom paint finishes are part of our professional responsibilities, executed perfectly on this super life sized project.
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