Creative joinery using a high quality product is integral to a beautiful interior, and Big River’s FormPly is the designer’s product of choice.
June 1st, 2012
Bespoke joinery may be considered a luxury in terms of its cost, however Anthony Gill of Anthony Gill Architects proves that joinery can be so much more than storage alone.
Using creative joinery solutions as an integral part of an interior fit-out, Gill says “We use the joinery to do lots of things – store, divide, filter. We try to break the joinery up with a consistent rhythm, helping to order the space.”
This is evident in the numerous private residential and restaurant projects that award-winnng Anthony Gill Architects have worked on over the last 5 years.
Big River FormPly has been the product of choice by Anthony Gill Architects.
“A joiner introduced Big River to me. We had specified Formply product for our first project, a restaurant called Vini, and were struggling to find some without major flaws. Big River had the best quality and we have been specifying it ever since.”
In addition to FormPly, Big River also offer engineered hardwood panels up to 25mm thick that can be used for various joinery applications, including kitchen cabinetry.
To view a range of joinery solutions using Big River’s FormPly, visit gillarchitects.com.au
Photography: Peter Bennetts
Big River Group
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