Building for the view - Scyon Walls & Floors - 2 June 2016

Elegance and modernity are effortlessly combined in the Cape with a View project by Neil Salvia Building Designs. Finalist in the BDAWA James Hardie Award 2016, this new build captures the stunning views of Perth’s city skyline.

Dulux Namadji on Scyon Axon 133mm Woodgrain is combined with clean lines and smooth finishes to the façade, creating a contemporary, minimalist aesthetic. This style continues through to the interior with a streamlined open plan living area and Aneeta double hung windows, which add to the sharp lines that define this home.

Location: Yokine, WA
Style: Modern

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Alluring mix of traditional and modern - The Weekend West - April 28 2012

The Allure 29 April 2012



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