A 1965 Raymond Savignac poster is the focal point in the living space, informing the simple, uncomplicated material palette in the home; blackbutt timber, cement, black steel and grey stone. “Durable and hard-wearing materials are crucial in a family home,” Harriet says. “Low-maintenance and robust materials were selected with longevity in mind, but also provide a coherent backdrop to our clients striking artwork,” she adds.
The kitchen overlooks the new pool by 5 Forty Constructions, built-in barbecue and sheltered outdoor dining and entertaining area. This space reflects the home’s unpretentious material palette with full-height blackbutt timber joinery, black tapware, Anthracite appliances and a striking slab of grey stone.