Inspiration for a contemporary concrete exterior in Melbourne.

RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION

Bagnato Architects AXIOM PHOTOGRAPHY

Inspiration for a contemporary concrete exterior in Melbourne. —  Houzz

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Rachael Newton wrote:7December,2014
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    Hi Rachael,

    Sorry for getting back to you so late. Its been a hectic Xmas period. The door was purchased from Dandenong Garage Doors here in Melbourne. Their contact details are (03) 9988 1258
    Website: www.dandenonggaragedoors.com.au
    It was a sectional timber door which we painted black.
    the price was approximately $3,000.00 back in 2012

    Regards,
    Dominic Bagnato
Ebony Pezzuto wrote:17December,2014
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    Hi Ebony,

    The render is a toscano roman render. The colour is Orrong.
    It was selected from the toscano website as follows:

    www.toscanoromanrender.com.au

    Regards,
    Dominic Bagnato
adriana661 wrote:22April,2015
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