On the edge: The Farm

  • Roofing

    Rheinzink pre-weathered zinc.
  • External walls

    Rammed earth walls by Earth Structures Group.
  • Internal walls

    Pre-aged recycled blue gum from Australian Architectural Hardwoods.
  • Windows and doors

    Seasoned blackbutt windows and doors in Cutek Extreme finish and recycled blue gum doors in Cabothane finish, all by Bakers Joinery; Chant Hardware brass flushbolts from Access Hardware.
  • Flooring

    Honed concrete in salt-and-pepper finish.
  • Lighting

    All lighting from Electrolight Australia.
  • Kitchen

    Sub-Zero fridge; Wolf oven; Brodware Yokato tapware in matt black.
  • Bathroom

    Brodware Yokato tapware in matt black; Earp Bros Lagos Azul hexagonal floor tiles; Maximum porcelain panels in ‘Taxos’.

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