Balancing act: Humming Puppy Sydney

  • Walls and ceilings

    Internal plasterboard walls.
  • Windows

    Existing timber windows.
  • Doors

    Custom-fabricated large pivot door in aluminium and steel with a paint finish.
  • Flooring

    First floor flooring and stairs are existing hardwood floorboards, painted in Porter’s Paints ‘Perfect Floor Paint.’ Second floor is hardwood-faced plywood stained in Porter’s Paints ‘Palm Beach Black.’
  • Lighting

    Beama Mini downlights, Gemini spotlights, and Roman LED strips in shala, all from Masson For Light. Branching Bubble pendant lights in lounge by Lindsey Adelman.
  • Changerooms

    Mutina Mews tiles behind vanity and Nature series tiles in showers, all from Academy Tiles. Halo taps in black from Brodware. Soul 1 basins from Studio Bagno. Custom-designed mirrors. Laminate lockers and shower partitions in Laminex ‘Black.’
  • Furniture

    Moroso Panna armchairs by Tokujin Yoshioka from Hub Furniture. Zinnia rug from Armadillo & Co.
  • Other

    Reception screen is custom-designed steel frame with Plexiglass panels with 3M Dichroic filter.

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