THE ARCHITECTURE

JAHM is designed as a 3 level building at 3 Lumley Court Prahran. It comprises a dedicated gallery space at first floor level and residence at second floor level, designed specifically to display art.
The building has been designed by Elisa Justin of Justin Architecture, with a little interference by her client architect father. The building has a high 8 star environmental rating, achieved through initiatives such as high thermal performance building enclosure, double glazing, solar panels, recycled water, low energy lighting and recycled rubber flooring.

JAHM also includes significant art initiatives integrated into the building
– Tunni Kraus has created a dynamic striped wall to the gallery enclosure, inspired by traditional striped canvas awnings.
– Ilan El has created an illuminated stair over 3 flights comprising ’39 steps’. The 4 colour LED lighting to the steps will be interactively activated by the visitors walking up and down the stairs. The colour and pattern combinations will be unlimited.
– Paul Snell’s vibrant digitised photographic stripe composition will encompass a whole wall of the lift, making each ride an immersive experience.
Lighting, video projection, sound and security is reticulated to cater for changing formats.

Our ambition is for visitors to engage with the art in a manner that is personal, wide-ranging, interactive and open ended.

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