If white bricks, breeze-blocks, cactus gardens and mid-century modern style conjure a sun-kissed holiday in Palm Springs, then it’s likely that the lucky owners of this new-build with serious vacay-vibes must never want to leave home.
Fibonacci Stone is delighted to play a feature role in this stunning Melbourne project by Inform Design in conjunction with architects Pleysier Perkins. Known for their excellence in taking the best of mid-century modern inspiration and producing unique and considered contemporary homes, it’s wonderful to have no less than three of our stone designs featured throughout.
From the captivating blush pink and brass entry door, a base palette of timber, white and brass sets the tone for the chic and elegant rooms within. Fibonacci Stone’s ode to delicious blush tones, Pavlova, works beautifully in the ultra-feminine master ensuite, and also in the highly functional yet super-chic laundry.
The children’s bathroom floor is given an equally sleek treatment, via Fibonacci Stone’s Flannel Flower. Its’ gentle mix of warm grey and fresh white Carrara marble set within a warm grey base perfectly mirrors the other choices of black, white and grey materiality – it’s a very restrained palette, and a joy to see it used like this in a kid’s space.
Finally, a little extra drama is added to the mix in the powder room, with Fibonacci Stone’s The Raven gracing the floor. Its’ striking blend of rounded and acicular black marble chips set within a soft-grey base is the perfect foil for this compact yet impactful room of inky dark walls and brass and marble vanity.
“The artistry of Fibonacci Stone’s terrazzo tiles is shown in this incredible residential project, once again highlighting its ability to be specified not just in intimate family spaces but also large scale commercial and retail spaces,” says Creative Director, Michael Karakolis.
“From all of us here at Fibonacci Stone, congratulations to Inform and Pleysier Perkins, and to the lucky Melbourne family who get to holiday at this knock-out home every day.”