"The curved walls create a lovely organic line, as does the concrete ceiling with thick bands radiating out from one corner."
"Mood lighting, the exposed beams, and dark brown floorboards offset the white walls, giving this minimal open space a cozy and stylish feel."
Small and Chic: High Style for Small Spaces (Bridget Vranckx, Loft Publishing, Spain, 2008)
"Wall details and treatment are layered, 3-dimensional, delicate, and textural. Shapes, shadows and surfaces are reinforced by the monochromatic colour palette. All of these elements sit on a sea of aluminium stained floorboards."
Best Australian Architecture (edited by Gary Takle, Think Publishing, 2010)
Carved into recycled she-oak timber veneer and intersected with a suspended floating granite hearth, the fireplace presents an ironic design element: fire burning within what appears to be a chopped section of a tree log.
A communal place for the entire family and friends to congregate. The focal point of this space, at the opposite end, is the kitchen. The stairs are undercut with a double profile of treads and risers. There is no first riser. The stairs appear to hover above the floor. The edge of the stair void is supported by a single column which is also clad in silver mirror. Here the effect is that it ‘disappears’ reflecting its surroundings.