Gordon Street Garage

  • Walls and ceilings

    Walls, painted in Dulux ‘Lexicon Quarter.’ Recycled jarrah floorboard, painted in ‘Estuary Blue.’ Euroa Clay glazed bricks in white and Stein Grey. Graphics by client.
  • Windows

    Vintage graphic films. 3M opaque graphic films.
  • Doors

    Doors by client.
  • Flooring

    Existing concrete flooring. Ecostone Giada honed tiles from Attica Tiles for bathroom.
  • Lighting

    Custom steel lighting by Justin Lamont from Life Space Journey. Porcelain lighting from Dunlin Home. Cumulus pendant by Enoki. Chimney light by Benjamin Hubert from Great Dane. Cloe Morsetto light from Halo Lighting. Ex-army barrack lighting from Angelucci.
  • Furniture

    Custom stools from David Davenport of Illogical Study. Custom tables and bus seat booth by Justin Lamont from Life Space Journey. Amy armchair, Lola sideboard and Tomoe table from Temperature Design. Dining chairs specified by client.
  • Kitchen

    Products supplied by client.
  • Bathroom

    Ecostone Giada honed tile from Attica Tiles. Laminex bathroom partition system in ‘Polar White’ finish. Custom- designed and made steel and zinc bench.

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