click for info The table was designed by us from scratch using the following hardware credited below. The biggest challenge creating this table was finding sufficient materials to support the 130 kilos (285 pounds) marble slate while still keeping it as sleek as possible. After many versions of drawings and Sketch-ups revised from our original drawing made on a napkin in a coffee shop, we eventually found a support design that the engineer said would work(picture below).
http://kopuamonastery.org.nz/felmor/8424 Made-to-fit Carrara Marble sourced from Koliqi Marble Ltd; X-design support (what holds the table up) was welded on-site made-to-fit by http://www.cutebonsaitree.com/frnew1/5766 Pillar D.B Construction and designed by us; Chairs designed by Robin Day; Wine fridge form mQuvée; Cabinets from Ikea.
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A few last touches left to do in the bathroom. More pictures on their way.
Ceilings are 3.35 meters (11 feet) so we decided to also go high with the shower glass panel and mirror to make the eye follow. Because the shower panel would not fit through the front door the builders had to get creative.. (See picture below) The builders ended up having to attach the 8 foot sheet of glass to a secure rope and lift it over the top of our balcony.
Huge thanks to Creative Glass Studio in London for making this possible.
The chimney breast sketchup was edited about 10 times but the engineers were finally able to give us what we wanted- a perfect nook for our hob and a little extra countertop space.
Made-to-fit closets are in in, dressing room is about 70% finished. Paintings, cornices, and fixings to follow.
S/O to my wife for project managing the fine details while I was in Stockholm.