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  • Walls and ceilings

    Brass ceiling by Specialized Roofing Services. Brass entrance wall by Rock Martin. Tiles in ‘White Gloss’ from Metz Tile. Exposed brick, painted. DécorMirror in ‘Bronze’ from Viridian. Halved brass tubes.
  • Doors

    Brass entrance door by Rock Martin.
  • Joinery

    Joinery units by Deadwood Designer Interiors with finishes including brass lining, leather, plywood, steel dipped in yellow zinc, and stone composite.
  • Kitchen

    Refrigeration and stainless steel benches from Trent Refrigeration. Kitchen equipment from Moffat.
  • Flooring

    Polished concrete. Sikafloor epoxy resin flooring in ‘Sky Blue’ from Sikafloor. Tiles in ‘Graphite Mix’ from Metz Tiles.
  • Lighting

    Brass light fittings custom designed and made by March Studio. Master LED LV lamp from Philips.
  • Furniture

    Booths and leather banquettes custom designed and made by March Studio.

More projects

Fresh-faced: The Hub on Echlin

Fresh-faced: The Hub on Echlin

Architects North has created a curious and elegant self-generated development in the Townsville suburb of West End that was conceived as “a breathe of fresh air.”
Elemental and abstract: Sydney 385

Elemental and abstract: Sydney 385

Smart Design Studio’s new mixed-use building in Balgowlah, Sydney has an elegantly composed, layered outer skin that brings an urbane character to the suburban streetscape.
Balancing act: Humming Puppy Sydney

Balancing act: Humming Puppy Sydney

Inside an industrial brick building in Sydney’s Redfern, Karen Abernethy Architects in collaboration with Louisa Macleod have designed a space for yogis that is both immersive and reflective.
Revisited: McDonald-Smith House

Revisited: McDonald-Smith House

The complex geometries, rugged forms and textures of this home in Melbourne’s Kew, completed in 1969, reveal and enhance the patterns of everyday life.
International regionalism: House in Hamilton

International regionalism: House in Hamilton

A Japanese–Australian collaboration between Tato Architects and Phorm Architecture and Design has resulted in an unusual hybrid of contemporary Japanese design and the local Queensland vernacular.

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