The Bluff House demonstrates how a dedication to craftsmanship can come to shape the overall design. Rob Kennon Architects worked with builder Ross Stapleton who meticulously built the joinery, laid stone and created fine details by hand such as the timber hooks. Rob Kennon Architects attribute the project’s success to Ross Stapleton’s dedication to quality.
Stained black, spotted gum clads the exterior of the home, balancing the full-height glazing, just as American oak lines the interior, offering a natural warmth. Rob Kennon Architects made no shortcuts with the choice of furnishings such as the Togo Fireside Chair by Michael Ducaroy for Ligne Roset in the rumpus room, the Knoll Diamond Chair by Harry Bertoia in the living space, and the Jardan Otto dining table and bench seat in American Oak.