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Pietra Bronzea Brushed. Design by John Wardle Architects. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

Pietra Bronzea stone at Lake Wendouree House by John Wardle

Designer
John Wardle Architects
Year
2015
Client
Private
Product
Pietra Bronzea Stone
Photographer
Peter Bennetts

Pietra Bronzea Stone was selected for use on the floors throughout this Houses Award-winning house to complement the natural materials employed in this unique design, in particular, the spotted gum timber interior. The brushed finish gives it a silky, lightly textured feel underfoot.

This choreographed residence is an homage to the beautiful gardens of Ballarat. It comprises a series of pavilions located within a landscape of varied garden types – formal, public, rambling, courtyard, and kitchen gardens. The di ering gardens and landscaping provide a variety of outlooks from within the house, accentuated by changing light and seasonal coloration. John Wardle Architect

The sophisticated grey-brown tones of Pietra Bronzea with it’s striking bronze metallic inclusions have made this the stone of choice for leading architects and designers. Complementing either a cool or warm project palette, Pietra Bronzea is incredibly durable and will retain it’s original colour over time. Exclusive to Artedomus.

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Pietra Bronzea Brushed. Design by John Wardle Architects. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

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Pietra Bronzea Brushed. Design by John Wardle Architects. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

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Pietra Bronzea Brushed floor. More images here of Lake Wendouree House by John Wardle Architects