Deeply resonating with its locale, the relaxed material scheme is built from a solid base palette of timber, stone, metal and polished concrete. French oak flooring runs through the communal areas of the home, shifting to pavers in the separate lounge. This neutral, earthy palette follows through the facade of the home, with grey pavers, linear timber panelling and a stone fence.
Williams Burton Leopardi director David Burton says that the open and effective kitchen and dining area was one of the most crucial elements to the redesign. “This was the Achilles’ heel of the previous design, so transforming the kitchen and dining room to elevate the daily rituals that happen within them is the ultimate success of the entire design,” David says. In this way the home seamlessly transitions between connected open-plan spaces and private, intimate areas.