panDOMO, one of the world’s most innovative floor and wall finishing systems, recently revealed its latest residential case study – an amazing warehouse conversion in one of Sydney’s most sought after suburbs, inner- city Paddington.
A joint project between Baker Kavanagh Architects and concrete laying specialists Honestone, the residential warehouse is a study in minimal, urban edge, with the innovative uses of panDOMO in a range of bespoke modern and industrial greys – one of the key interior colour palettes predicted by panDOMO trending for 2013/14.
panDOMO® by Ardex is a cement-based material capable of delivering smooth, clear cut surfaces with a modern, reductionist look that can be tinted or texturised with a wide array of specially developed PANDOMO® dyes and aggregate mixes – from bright, bold colours to warm stone finishes and cool slate industrial greys.
“panDOMO is a fabulous and innovative medium to work with.” said Honestone Director Rick Hendricks, ““It lets us to create flat, even walls and floors over uneven surfaces; and concrete slab-looking features such as indentations and join lines in what is in essence a liquid product.”
Honestone worked closely with the architect and homeowners to create the perfect spectrum of greys to work sympathetically with the original features being retained in the renovation, such as the bare brick wall in the living room.
Loving the industrial vibe going on in these rooms – the panDOMO surface effects give it a sophisticated and edgy style, rough and raw, not too cold or uninviting. And definitely not your average surface play.