Lightspace Bake Off Winner

We are proud to announce Dale ‘Goldenboots’ Napier has won the inaugural Lightspace Studios Bake-Off for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.  Dale, shown below with his trophy, dazzled all with his Snoreo-Stuffed-Choc-Chip-Cookie Pies.  Those that survived the resulting heart attack were pleased to vote him the undisputed winner.  Congrats Dale, and keep those cookies coming!


We have a couple of furnished deskspaces available in our open-plan Valley warehouse conversion. The space features re-conditioned shipping containers, polished wooden floors, plenty of natural light, high ceilings with exposed trusses, and a deck with fantastic city views. The deskspaces are designed for small creative businesses, especially for someone looking to get out of working from home. Contact for more details…

Studio For Lease

We have one of our studios coming up for lease at the end of December.  It’s a really beautiful space with polished wooden floorboards and lots of natural light, has 42m2 of private, lockable space, then access to 180m2 of shared facilities such as meeting room, bathrooms and kitchen made from recycled shipping containers.  There is also a fantastic deck with city views, great for a meeting or Friday afternoon tipple.  The tenancy includes one onsite carpark, with street parking available.  It’s a minimum lease term of three months, but longer lease terms are available.  Preference is given to small creative business.  If you’re interested please contact via


Studios BBQ

On Friday the hardy studio folk braved atrocious Spring weather for a sausage sizzle and drinkies on the deck.

Lightspace games room

These are images of our new games room (ok actually we just had some Friday drinks and took over Haworth’s space in Studio 1).  With fussball, playstation and arm wrestling as part of the entertainment, it can’t be long before we take on the big amusement parks for the tourist dollar.


These are mug shots of some likely lads and lad-ettes, aka the residents of Lightspace Studios…

Roger D’Souza at the World Expo in Shanghai

Roger D’Souza has a desk in Lightspace Studios.  He was recently commissioned by Urban Art Projects to photograph the public artwork they designed for World Expo in Shanghai. 
UAP designed seven large scale public artworks situated at various entry points within World Expo which is visited by 500,000 people daily.

While in Shanghai Roger also shot jobs for other Australian clients such as Conybeare Morrison, Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Queensland Government as well as Shanghai local menswear boutique Aegis which was designed by German firm COORDINATION.
You can view more images of Expo and other Shanghai projects in the “recent work” folder on Roger’s website.

Happy Birthday Richard!

Richard, who works in the Shaun Lockyer Architect studio, had his birthday today. Lucky for him some birthday pancakes arrived on his desk courtesy of the girls from Jesselle PR. The rest of us are very jealous…