It’s hard to imagine a timber better suited to a palette of concrete and pale pink terrazzo than GoodWood Victorian ash. This winning combination is found throughout the space, drawing on clean lines and simplistic furniture to complete the brief. “The main reason we used Victorian ash is because it is a light coloured Australian timber that met the BAL-19 bushfire attack level requirement for the site. Its softness and warmth works beautifully with the project palette” - Atelier Chen Hung.
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Top to bottom Victorian ash at the University of Melbourne
IronAsh columns support the Macquarie University Incubator building
Perfect display of GoodWood, IronAsh and Australian Oak in the Pindari House
Japanese inspired 'Harry House' by Archier champions GoodWood