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Material palette: Andrew Maynard Architects

Materials, products and design elements used in the work of Andrew Maynard Architects.

Enzie spiral staircases

Well-detailed and constructed, these compact staircases, like the one at the Hill House, are easy to use.
enzie.com.au

Skyrange steel-framed doors and windows
Skyrange steel-framed doors and windows at  Tattoo House.

Skyrange steel-framed doors and windows at Tattoo House.

Image: Peter Bennetts

Seen here at the Tattoo House, the thin profile of steel framing is elegant and allows for more glazing.
skyrange.com.au

Viridian glazing
Viridian glazing on Vader House.

Viridian glazing on Vader House.

Image: Peter Bennetts

Aluminium louvres at Hill House.

Aluminium louvres at Hill House.

Image: Peter Bennetts

Viridian glass is available in large double-glazed sheets, allowing for flexibility in design as demonstrated by the rear elevation of the Vader House.
viridianglass.com

Spotted gum timber

Spotted gum is a durable and stable timber, locally sourced from Queensland and readily available. The exterior of the Mash House is clad in this material.

Aluminium louvres

Featured here on the Hill House, Shadefactor aluminium louvres are finely detailed with no frame around the outside.
shadefactor.com.au

Masson Mondo Blok lights

These aluminium lights are Australian designed and manufactured and available in a range of lamp types.
massonforlight.com.au

Read a profile of Andrew Maynard Architects here.

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Published online: 30 Oct 2012
Images: Kevin Hui, Peter Bennetts

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Houses, August 2012

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