A large scale multi million dollar renovation to a country home in the foothills of picturesque Kangaroo Valley.
This expansive property recently acquiring new owners and in need of a major overhaul was given the royal treatment by Munio Group, an illawarra based construction group specialising in bespoke architectural projects.
Stonehedge was called in to source, supply and install feature walls and fireplaces on the property. We settled on a bluestone product with similar colouring to the natural bedrock found in the area but with more refined lines and style.
Organisation was the key to this project working successfully, with many trades onsite and a team of stonemasons with 200 tonne of stone
The Grand Entrance
The bookleaf bluestone entrance was used to great effect carrying through from inside to outside and creating a floating wall made for a modern architectural finish
The Lounge Wall
Feature walls are becoming more common in modern building design creating a sense of space and interest. The use of natural materials in the home ensures they age well and still look great for years to come even with our ever changing design fashionistas
An old fireplace given a modern makeover with clean crisp lines throughout. A simple but effective design sitting in the heart of the house complete with built in wood store tucked neatly into the stonework
Brett Hofman of Stonehedge was commissioned by Munio to source, supply and install extensive stone walling for our project in Kangaroo Valley. His team played a key role in producing some of the defining elements of the build. A pleasure to deal with, Stonehedge are a team committed to quality over quantity and we would have no hesitation in calling upon their services in the future
Customer name: Shane and Leah Simpson, Munio-Group