When Phorm Interiors was presented with the opportunity of renovating one of the few terrace houses in inner-city Brisbane, the challenge was to create a comfortable living area, complete with storage options, kitchen, dining and sitting area within a 9 metre x 6 metre space.
The design was guided by a stunning collection of indigenous artifacts, from the clients previous life in Papua New Guinea. Highlighting these strong works with a series of finishes - American Walnut Veneers; Calacatta Marble; Japan-blacked American Oak - was the key to creating a bold new design.
Joinery consists of a series of Japan-black cabinetry. Hidden within the base of the cabinetry is a 'secret' panel that discreetly opens to reveal a television on a 90 degree axis.
The design is further developed with custom designed furniture; stunning hand-made green tiled splashback; tan leather custom covered Eames Wire Chairs & a Piazza San Marco Pendant Lamp by Vico Magistretti for O-Luce.