RoofingLysaght Klip-Lok decking.
External wallsRendered brick.
Internal wallsPainted plaster; drag-coat and technical render.
Widows and doorsAplo Facade Solutions steel windows and doors; Viridian double glazing; internal doors in Dulux ‘Falcon Grey’; Mother of Pearl and Sons Sagittarius levers in aged brass.
FlooringVictorian ash in Cutek finish; Hycraft Ravine wool carpet in ‘Pewter’; Signorino honed terrazzo tiles.
LightingAggregato Saliscendi Suspension pendant and Tolomeo bedside lights, both from Artemide; Barovier and Toso pendant from Nicholas and Alistair; Catellani and Smith Lederam T1 table lamp; Objekto Eclipse lamp.
KitchenFranke sink; KWC mixer; Miele fully integrated dishwasher; Fisher and Paykel fridge; Ilve oven; AEG rangehood; H ä fele pull-out pantry and bin; honed statuario marble benchtop from CDK Stone; joinery by Gellibrand Cabinet Works in Dulux 2-pac ‘Silkwort Satin’ with stainless steel edge; MadeMeasure hardware.
BathroomDuravit Vero basin; Brodware Yokato basin and shower mixers; Astra Walker Icon bath mixer and showerhead; Barben Axis accessories; Dupont Corian benchtops in ‘Glacier White’ and ‘Pearl Grey’; Signorino honed terrazzo floor tiles; Trend Vitreo 150 Mosaic wall tiles; joinery by Gellibrand Cabinet Works in Dulux 2-pac ‘Natural White’.
Heating and coolingHydronic heating; Clearview Sun Control shutters and blinds.
ExternalEco Outdoor Endicott paving.
OtherJardan Wilfred sofa; custom dining table and dining chairs by Arteveneta; Muuto bar stools; vintage Arflex chairs; Poltrona Frau Dezza armchair from Space.
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