Hendra House consists of the original Post-War structure, a contemporary extension and a walkway that eases the transition between old and new.
There is a strong geometry to the floor plan that encourages multiplicity of function. This dictated by its bold angles and the way in which the two main structures interact, creating a clear understanding of ‘zoning’ that also manages to keep the clutter of family life under control.
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A simple finishes palette reflects the architecture. Terracotta references the heritage of the area in an unconventional way that is both nostalgic and uniquely Brisbane. The Brushed Champagne finish of the Berlin Lever adds a pop of colour to contrast the soft tones.
The curves of the Berlin Lever reflect the space’s relaxed and inviting atmosphere, and add another layer of comforting textures and user interactions.
Pictured: Berlin Door Pull (measurments) & Berlin Door Lever on round rose 0453, both in Brushed Champagne.