Urban opportunism: Little O’Grady Residence

  • Roofing

    Lysaght Custom Orb in Colorbond ‘Monument’; Frencham Cypress Design-a-Deck roof decking in dressed finish.
  • External walls

    Frencham Cypress Design-a-Clad cladding in dressed finish.
  • Internal walls

    Maxi Plywood whitewashed birch plywood with clear seal; hard polished plaster.
  • Windows

    Nowlan Hardwood Flooring hardwood timber frames sealed with Cutek; Viridian double-glazed windows.
  • Doors

    Maxi Plywood birch plywood with clear seal; custom birch plywood doors.
  • Flooring

    Armourpanel spotted gum from Big River Group; In-situ concrete with polished finish.
  • Lighting

    Beacon Lighting LEDlux wall light; custom strip light over kitchen bench.
  • Kitchen

    Maxi Plywood spotted gum; Big River Armourpanel joinery; Caeserstone benchtop in ‘Pure White’; off-form concrete kitchen benchtop.
  • Heating and cooling

    Frencham Cypress Design- a-Screen; hydronic wall panels.
  • External elements

    Frencham Cypress Design-a-Deck in dressed finish and Design-a-Screen custom battens.

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