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The minimalist kitchen in this new living pavilion continues the exterior materials. A simple concrete slab benchtop echoes the concrete floor plane while the cabinetry and joinery are in the same spotted gum as external supporting posts. To the rig

The minimalist kitchen in this new living pavilion continues the exterior materials. A simple concrete slab benchtop echoes the concrete floor plane while the cabinetry and joinery are in the same spotted gum as external supporting posts. To the right, even the outdoor serving counter is in concrete and runs right through from outside to in.

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