But Wait, There's More!

8 Dec2016

As I mentioned in my previous blog, the studio has been insanely busy over the past 6x months or so. Yesterday I installed the last of this year's projects, a three-panelled bathroom window for a luxurious private residence in Sutton, NSW.

The beautiful finishes throughout the home include recycled timber, brick paving for interior flooring along with sanded beech in a herringbone pattern, cor-ten steel balustrades seen in the image above and exposed rammed earth walls. The client is a design consultant and approached me with the idea of making a window comprising slices of agate. But she also had an entirely different concept of a mechanical grid made up of a multitude of colours.

I suggested combining these two elements as a design solution: the organic crystal forms are thus suspended in the geometric grid.

Bathroom window, private residence Sutton NSWBathroom window, private residence Sutton NSW

Exterior view of the agate windowExterior view of the agate window

Interior view of the agate window showing the bathroomInterior view of the agate window showing the bathroom

This entry was posted on Thursday, December 8th, 2016 at 7:31 am

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