Eco Outdoor Dover Antique Limestone flooring
Vigneron House
Adelaide, Australia
Vigneron House sees Proske Architects and Enoki courageously craft a bold and robust home.
Proske Architects
Interior Design
Jenah Piwanksi
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The story behind the design

Located on a working vineyard in Adelaide Hills, Vigneron House expresses strong architectural intent, engaging the external environment and encompassing a wide range of natural materials. The commanding form of the house effectively articulates its overriding character; a solid yet discerning residence, Vigneron House confidently pushes the boundaries of design. From every vantage point available, residents are offered a prime view of the surrounding landscape and the interior elements of the home are equipped to withstand heavy familial use.

Apollo Random Ashlar walling

Raw tactility governs the material palette of the house, led by Eco Outdoor natural stone

As art collectors, the clients were highly attuned to the aesthetic impact of natural stone, likening it to a work of art. Enoki showcases Eco Outdoor Dover Antique Limestone flooring in living areas. With its immersive dark grey tone and delicate veining, the product grounds the residence in a sense of sophistication. To combat the effects of high foot traffic, Enoki tactfully applies Cotto Nero terracotta flooring to the mudroom. The hard-wearing nature of terracotta combines with its dark colour to maintain a timeless appearance. Apollo Random Ashlar walling features both internally and externally adding a rougher textural feel.

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Take a closer look

In materiality, Vigneron House is a vision of contemporary comfort, in which distinguished stone spaces are tempered by softening detail. Standing in sharp contrast to the dark tones of Dover Antique Limestone, a Super White island bench dominates the open-plan kitchen.

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Acknowledging the cooling qualities of stone, Enoki uses underfloor heating and a striking timber ceiling to create an authentic feeling of warmth. Throughout the home, upholstered furniture functions as a gentle counterpart to harder materials, such as dramatically-veined Cote D’Azur marble, tumbled Nero Marquina and Carrara and characterful Inax tiles.

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