Concrete Nation recently created some bespoke pieces for a contemporary five-bedroom, three-bathroom home, Mahara, in Brisbane's desirable pocket of Bardon.
Mahara is the latest project by talented brothers Andrew and Rob Gray from Graya Construction, who are known for creating homes for sporting celebrities including Darius Boyd and Quade Cooper and his partner Laura Dundovic as well as transforming dilapidated homes into designer havens.
Mahara, designed by architect Tim Stewart, is no exception.
Concrete Nation created the kitchen island benchtop and the bathroom vanities for this design-led abode a fusion of 70s, industrial and warm minimalist.
A concrete lover, Rob says he incorporated architectural concrete pieces into the home for its durability as well as the sleek, industrial aesthetic.