As beams of light gently disperse along the surfaces of the architectural and interior elements, shadows, and illusionary effects fuse in unity to provide a continuous radiance that connects the interior to its exterior.
A reflection of the dynamic complexity of it exterior setting, the intricacy of nature is explored throughout the interior as fragmented angles of light paint themselves throughout the inner walls of each space.
The structure’s geometric assembly unfolds itself symmetrically into mirrored linear planes from its neighbouring central courtyards.
An urban depiction of a modern regal aesthetic, the palette comes to life as soft raised textures of veined oak and stone absorb the scattering patterns of light, creating a warm, washing atmospheric quality of natural imperfection. The faint unravelling of soft, delicate curves works to gradually pare-back the interiors shell lining, exposing an understated organic form that offers unexpected moments of enlightenment.
Light sheer curtains and fine brass detailing carried throughout the interior, simply work to establish a holistic language that exudes a sense of casual, refined luxury.
This blended layering of function and sophisticated aesthetic creates a rhythmic expression that entices a strong sense of intrigue.
Material Used :
1. Facade cladding: Cedar from cedar sales
2. Floor covering: Spanish porcelain tiles to ground floor and all wet areas under from AATiles
3. Carpet: 100% solution dyed nylon Andes Peak Patilla from EC carpets
4. Internal Doors: solid core doors from Hume Doors
5. Entry Door: Solid external entry Door from Hume Doors Cladded with Cedar Beach Clad from Cedar Sales
6. Marble: kitchen bench, laundry, and vanities are Manhattan Marble from Mediteranian Marble
7. Windows and doors: Full commercial, Acoustic rated, in monument colour from Vantage windows and doors
8. Roofing: colourbond Metal Roofing in monument from Blue Scope
9. Timber veneer: Cafe Oak from Polytec
10. Fire place: Electric from Real Flame.
11. Interior lighting: Table Lamp (dining) Est lighting – Christopher Boots ‘Portal Table lamp’