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Malvern Project by Joy Design

Joy Design were tasked with designing a bathroom space for two teenage sisters with a strong emphasis on using durable materials that would see the sisters through to adulthood, making Fibonacci Stone an incomparable choice for the Malvern Project bathroom. Designed with longevity in mind, Joy Design created a bathroom that encompassed beauty, functionality and

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rocketman

Rocketman

Like a cluster of mismatched stars suspended through a milky constellation, the diffuse lightness of Rocketman is a perfect formation of subtle harmony. This most serene composition features the palest blue base which hosts bursts of white and cool grey marble, perfect for an ultramodern scheme. Rocketman Terrazzo Tiles are ideal for both residential and

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messenger cafe

Messenger Cafe by Matt Woods Design

Some interior design projects have more of a back-story than others, making the design process and material specification all the more paramount to the end product.  Such was the case when designer Matt Woods took the brief for the refurbishment of the Messenger Café in Sydney’s Pyrmont. “The design was conceptualised based on the clients

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Operation Zaatar

The Sunbaker heats up at Operation Zaatar

Two passionate hearts “on a mission to celebrate the authentic flavours of their Lebanese heritage” are behind the recently opened Sydney eatery, Operation Zaatar.  Named after the herb grown by their grandfathers, as well as the flavourful blended spice condiment, za-atar, the family owned café looked to Strutt Studios to create a contemporary interior that

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Timeless and intrinsically Australian – The Sunbaker

The Sunbaker brings to mind a cooling dip in clear running water along a shallow river bank, the soles of your feet navigating the mixture of smooth and sharp-edged pebbles. Timeless and intrinsically Australian in hue, The Sunbaker is ideally suited to honest, organically inspired architecture. The Sunbaker Terrazzo Tiles are ideal for both residential

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Abstrakt live at Sydney’s new Microsoft Technology Centre.

Charged with designing the new flagship fit-out of one of the world’s largest technology companies, Darlinghurst-based studio TomMarkHenry looked to its unique Sydney location for inspiration. Set above the iconic Martin Place GPO, the new Microsoft Technology Centre required a client front of house space, a customer technology centre, as well as staff touchdown spaces.

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Fatima's Reflection

How a curious student and a dose of heartfelt nostalgia led to a very special Fibonacci Stone creation.

If there is one product that exemplifies the Fibonacci Stone story, it’s the tale of Fatima’s Reflection, from our Muse range.  Creative Director, Michael Karakolis, takes us along on the journey. “I spend loads of time overseas at our manufacturing partners, working on literally hundreds of ideas and sample variations for new stone designs.  I

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downshire rd

Wellard Architects fuse the old and the new with Flannel Flower

Architectural projects that merge older, existing buildings with contemporary additions are oft-attempted, yet not always seamlessly realised. This stunning project by Wellard Architects is one that nails it. Commissioned by a young family to transition their Elsternwick Edwardian into a flexible, open and contemporary space to take them into the future, “the aim was to

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platinum

Discover Platinum – a symbol of prestige and dependability

Like its namesake metal that has forever been a symbol of prestige and dependability, Platinum presents a highly consistent neutral finish that is perfectly suited for use as a clean canvas for a wide range of room schemes. Its ultrafine shards of predominantly white and grey Carrara marble are densely set within a neutral grey

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abstrakt

Otherworldly in shape and form – Abstrakt

Otherworldly in shape and form, Abstrakt is sublimely gentle in its palette and composition, its pieces seeming to drift breezily around each other. Referencing the playful elements of design from the 1950s to 80s, it’s inkblot-like shapes in shades of grey marble are set within a white base and present an assured, modernist form. Abstrakt

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