When specifying bathroom and kitchen fixtures in the home, Penny maintains that those built to last are the most sustainable – and ultimately cost-effective option beyond their aesthetic and practical demands. “Specifying the best products your client can afford is the most responsible approach to authentic, sustainable design,” she says.
Penny selected Rogerseller Eccentric mixers and outlets in Brushed Nickel, designed and made in Australia for the home’s two ensuites and powder rooms. The architect also hand-picked the Falper Quattro Zero bath and Ciotola round vanity basins, exclusive to Rogerseller, that express the synergy between quality design and sustainability. “The Rogerseller fixtures epitomise the overall design philosophy behind the renovation; quality, refined design, timelessness and understated decoration,” Penny adds.