Stonework works wonders at Sydney’s casino.
May 1st, 2010
Classic Tiles have recently completed the stonework for Star City’s Sports Theatre and Bar, as part of a multi-million dollar transformation of Sydney’s iconic casino.
Classic Tiles has been installing flooring solutions for retail, film, residential and high-rise projects for over 40 years, adding their expertise to a wide range of projects.
Classic Tiles completed dramatic floor and wall details in the Sports Bar and Theatre at the Star City Hotel and Casino in Sydney.
With illuminated red and yellow hues on the walls, the reflective polished stonework on the floor catches the lights within the space, complimenting the bright lights and buzz of the gaming floor.
Dark Emperador Marble and Calacatta Marble are juxtaposed with Giallo Reale and Egyptian Stack Stone, drawing the floor and walls together to create a bold design statement.
Hand-laid Egyptian stack stone features along the wall behind the bar and on the dividing installations in the gaming area.
With an uneven surface finish, the stonework softens the light emitted by yellow lamps scattered along the vertical surfaces.
For a high quality finish and service that goes beyond a client’s expectations, contact Classic Tiles for your next flooring solution.
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