Fittingly our ‘Wilderness’ terrazzo was the colour palette of choice for the historic space and featured in a range of indoor / outdoor furniture including:
Fifteen square table tops with soft 100mm radius corners, mounted on ‘no rock’ table bases. These tables are 850mm x 850mm, big enough to sit a group of four people and are the main collective of tables scattered around the courtyard of the Terrace.
Six standing bar tables. These are a slim, taller version of our standard 4 Pin table. Matching 600mm diameter round tops in ‘Wilderness’ terrazzo with satin white powder-coated steel frames.
Two Block tables (coffee table height). The Block base is in a ‘Tera Rosa’ terrazzo with a Dusty Pink powder-coated steel top. The Block tables are also available in a larger dining table height.
This project displays the durability of our terrazzo which has been treated with a heavy-duty sealer to withstand the elements of the outdoors and heavy public use.
Wilderness Terrazzo; green stone and white concrete
Dark, subtle, and neutral terrazzo colour palette. Something that will pair nicely with the homely feel of this heritage building.
Images: Griffin Simm