Rich and robust: Brick House

  • Roofing

    Lysaght Custom Orb in Colorbond ’Windspray’.
  • External wsalls

    Petersen Tegl Kolumba K11 bricks; Woodform Architectural burnt ash in Murobond Woodwash finish.
  • Internal walls

    Petersen Tegl Kolumba K11 bricks; Woodform Architectural American oak in Murobond Woodwash finish; Easycraft Easyvj wall panels in Dulux ‘Natural White’; Briggs Veneers American oak veneer.
  • Windows

    Stockwells Joinery Accoya windows and screens in Murobond Woodwash finish.
  • Doors

    Aluminium and Glass Constructions aluminium sliding doors in black anodized finish; Stockwells Joinery Victorian ash doors in Intergrain UltraClear finish.
  • Flooring

    Mafi Oak Country boards in brushed natural oil finish; spotted gum decking in Cutek CD50 finish.
  • Lighting

    Coco Flip Coco pendants; Anchor Ceramics Potter Light; Kreon Diapason; Actwell Lighting Esta lights; iGuzzuni View lights.
  • Kitchen

    Polished concrete benchtops by 2Barrows; Briggs Veneers American oak veneer to joinery.
  • Bathroom

    Academy Tiles Piombo wall tiles; Lea Ceramiche Stoneclay ‘Cendre’ tiles.
  • Heating and cooling

    Big Ass Fans Haiku ceiling fan; Devex Systems hydronic underfloor heating.
  • External elements

    Eco Outdoor bluestone steppers.
  • Other

    Dining table and credenza by Jon Goulder; ceramics from Jardan and Koskela; Tait Linear and Nano tables and Volley chairs.

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