A food blogger’s Asian-inspired riverside abode

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In the living area, exposed brick was used in the apex at either end. The pendant above the dining room table ‘paints’ the walls and ceiling with shadows and creates atmosphere. Elinor sofa in the colour Danny Dust Rose from Sofacompany; wrought-iron chandelier from Elevenpast
In the living area, exposed brick was used in the apex at either end. The pendant above the dining room table ‘paints’ the walls and ceiling with shadows and creates atmosphere. Elinor sofa in the colour Danny Dust Rose from Sofacompany; wrought-iron chandelier from Elevenpast

Photographs Henrique Wilding

“The black subway tiles in the apexes are the ‘bookends’ of the kitchen area, so it seemed natural to marry these with industrial elements such as the black metal of the island, tap and sink,” says Liam.

A concrete structural beam that runs around the living area and through the passageway, crowning the atrium, turned out to be a vital link between the spaces. The floor tiles are hand-cut andesite stone from Bali, a bargain buy after a local developer ran into financial trouble.

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