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Timber Battens in Double Bay House | Sculptform

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  • Use

    Ceiling cladding, wall cladding
  • Applications

    Internal and external
  • Characteristics

    Durable, acoustic backing, natural look
  • Format

    Ceiling: Click-on Battens. Walls: Tongue and Groove Cladding
  • Colors

    Pacific Teak with clear oil coating
  • Sizes

    Ceiling: 42 x 42 mm block at 42mm spacing. Wall: 138 x 19mm Sorrento profile

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Designed by SAOTA in association with TKD Architects, Double Bay House overlooks Sydney’s world famous harbour and uses Sculptform's Click-on Battens and Tongue & Groove Cladding to create amazing timber features.

The pacific teak batten ceiling spans the internal and external spaces, creating a seamless series of intersecting planes. Tongue & Groove Cladding, also in pacific teak, is used to create linear textures with a natural look throughout.

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Project Details

Architect: SAOTA Architecture and TKD Architects
Builder:
Horizon
Completion
Date: 2018
Building Type:
Single Residential
Location:
Double Bay, Sydney, Australia

Specification Details

Cladding Ceiling
Product Sculptform Tongue and Groove Cladding Sculptform Click-on Battens
Material Timber Timber
Species Pacific Teak Pacific Teak
Profile 138x19mm Sorrento 42x42mm Block
Spacing - 42mm
Coating Clear Oil Clear Oil
Mounting Track - Standard
Acoustic Backing - Internally

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