Walls and ceilingsWhirlwind textured wall finish by Maharam. Custom rammed earth walls. Walls in dining room and kitchen painted in Dulux ‘Klavier.’ Troldtekt acoustic panelling to ceiling.
WindowsKosmos 2 drapery to windows from Kvadrat.
FlooringCustom-designed, hand-trowelled render flooring.
LightingArchitectural lighting by Light Project. Blackjack table lamp from Toss B.
FurnitureCH37 chair and custom-designed dining room tables by Carl Hansen.
OtherConcrete vessels by Studio Twocan. Custom-designed tableware by Paul Davis and Jacqueline Clayton. Custom-desigend Kanmantoo Bluestone door handles. Floral arrangements by Joost Bakker. Dam2 artwork by William Delafield Cook.
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