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Peachy Keen

Peachy Keen

Sitting pretty amongst Melbourne’s bustling Swanston street, Peaches is an exciting new cocktail bar that will transport you to another time and place with its Miami-style 70’s disco vibe. Peachy hues, shiny brass accents, plush velvety booths with terrazzo tabletops and oversized greenery all contribute to an elegant yet eclectic atmosphere. Designed as a collaboration between the Dexter Group and interior designers Pierce Widera the result is fun, innovative and welcoming. The space is a reflection of the cocktail and food offering; playful, inviting and Insta worthy.

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Introducing OMNI by Tom Fereday

Introducing OMNI by Tom Fereday

OMNI reinvents the traditional breeze block to offer an entirely new approach to building and interior design. By transforming the breeze block form to provide a faceted modular block, OMNI allows for a multitude of new and innovative applications to be built and designed. Offering both straight and 45-degree angles to be achieved simply by flipping the brick, OMNI was designed and proportioned to allow for an array angular forms to be created including but not limited to L shaped walls, undulating surfaces, columns and even coffee, dining and bar tables.

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Can you tell the difference?

Can you tell the difference?

With so many technical advances in hard surface materials it is very hard to tell the difference between a natural marble or timber floor and their imitation counterparts. With so many benefits attributed to porcelain tiles including stain resistance, UV stability, cleanability, large format options for easy installation with no sealing required and reduced grout lines. It is no wonder these gorgeous natural elements are being reproduced onto porcelain tile in a way that is more resilliant to the wear and tear of everyday life.

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Colour Trends for 2019

Colour Trends for 2019

PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral has been announced as Pantone’s 2019 Colour of the Year. This feel-good, sunset-infused orange tone offers up a vibrant yet soft hue with golden undertones. Described by Pantone as an “animating and life-affirming colour that symbolises our innate need for optimism and playful expression”, it is an energising bold choice.

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Rectified tiles explained.

Rectified tiles explained.

Today, the standard method for tile production involves dry pressing ceramic raw material in a mould, and then firing it in a kiln. During the firing stage, variation in heat and humidity can cause slight variations in the length and width of the finished tile. Traditionally a larger grout join has been used to accommodate for the size variations found in unrectified tiles (also known as a pressed tile). 

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Ceppo, nature's terrazzo.

Ceppo, nature's terrazzo.

With terrazzo still playing a dominant role in contemporary hospitality and residential projects, other traditional stones and natural aggregate materials are garnering greater interest internationally and are seemingly poised as the next big material in Australian design. The most prominent of these materials would have to be Ceppo di Gré.

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