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Fourefle FRF3. Designed by Woods Bagot. Photography by Trevor Meln.jpg

Fourefle FRF3. Designed by Woods Bagot. Photography by Trevor Meln

INAX Fourefle at Pony Restaurant by Woods Bagot

Influenced by the raw materials of pony stables, The Pony Restaurant in Brisbane’s Eagle Street Pier is characterised by an authentic, warm colour palette.

Woods Bagot’s Dominic Alvaro and his design team have created an intriguing, wide ranging space that caters for a variety of dining options centred around the theatre of chef Damian Head’s open rotisserie grill.

The choice of richly textured products such as exposed brick, raw steel, rough sawn timber and in the bathrooms, wash troughs, exposed rough-head copper pipework and the detailed red pigments of INAX’s Fourefle tile, embody design with a rustic edge, subtly accentuating the earthly feel of stables.

Inspired by the traditional colours of Japan, the Fourefle ‘Bengala’ red tile refers to the rich iron oxide soil from which it is derived, an ancient pigment that is widely represented in Japanese culture, from ceramic ware to shrines and temples.

Find out more about the INAX Fourefle tile range.