Situated alongside the Georges River in Blakehurst Sydney, this contemporary home encompasses a splendid harmony that travels from the water through to the living areas. This luxury home is highlighted by the raw, warm red tones of Iron Corten, which transmits a personality and timelessly burst of colour. Transforming the way architects think about spaces, Neolith is ideal for creating unique exteriors.
Designed by Collins W Collins and built by Aspire Constructions, this home draws inspiration from the previous red brick dwelling, as well as an enduring element – copper. With rich hues, Iron Corten provides a stark contrast to the exterior of this property. This three-story residence also features a glass floating staircase, coupled with a common new design trend – benchtops with built in dining tables.
Featured in The Daily Telegraph, Catherine Nikas-Boulos discusses the obstacles overcame to create this masterpiece. Although waterfront living is a common aspirational lifestyle, it presents a harsh and damaging effect on many external cladding materials. In order to overcome this issue, Neolith Iron Corten has been included in this luxury river retreat. Being scratch, stain, heat and VU-resistant, Neolith’s extraordinary characteristics make it perfect for external cladding in harsh environments.
Following from the exterior to the interior, Neolith is also featured in this property’s amazing bathroom. Elegantly lining the bathroom walls, Neolith Estatuario provides a timeless work of art. With a combination of thick and subtle veins crossing a pure white background, Neolith Estatuario effortlessly synergises the darker hexagon tiles with the white bathware. Radiating this space with a touch of freshness, class and beauty, Neolith Estatuario portrays a contrast that complements this luxury property.
This contemporary design highlights the extensive design possibilities of Neolith!