Palm BeachContemporary Dining Room, Sydney

Perched on a steep cliff overlooking Palm Beach, this hexagonal house is a distinctive landmark. Originally built circa 1980 by architect Stan Symonds, it has undergone two extensions by Connor + Solomon Architects. With the latest extension, the existing external concrete columns supporting the whole building were re-imagined, enveloped into the building by the new lower living level. This casual living area opens out onto a terrace, with an uninterrupted view of the ocean. The expansive glass doors provide a seamless connection between inside and out and the copper ceiling a striking feature. Alpine Constructions.

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This is an example of a large contemporary open plan dining room in Sydney with marble flooring. —  Houzz
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Milton Brown added this to Wish List30 September 2017

Straight lines in the copper ceiling

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white marble, stairs, seating, wood

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copper. Is this the look we are going for? Not sure you want it this "coppery."

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