Altis Architecture

by Altis Architecture

A spectacular refurbishment of the Central Coast Leagues Club, masterfully managed by Colliers International, with breathtaking architecture by Altis Architecture and top-notch construction by Belmadar. This major upgrade has elevated one of the region’s premier entertainment venues to new heights.

The interiors now boast an array of stunning Phillip Jeffries wallcoverings throughout the Gaming Room, perfectly capturing the vibrant and dynamic spirit of the Central Coast while blending seamlessly with the relaxed, coastal vibe inspired by our beautiful bushland and waterways.

Designer

Altis Architecture
www.altisarchitecture.com

Luchetti Krelle

by Luchetti Krelle

When reimagining the iconic Woolly Bay Hotel, Woolloomooloo, Luchetti Krelle took cues from the hotel’s waterfront location and the Med, with blue mosaic tiles, terrazzo and a pebble-grey paint job.

Drinking and dining sequenced over three levels transitions from a lounge atmosphere on the ground level to a fresh interpretation of beach club resorts aloft in the Arturo’s restaurant and rooftop bar. The rooftop features the gorgeous Fabricut Kousa Stripe dressed up as cushions on the banquette seating and the vibrant mustard Aqua Clean Bellagio also used on the banquette seating bringing the hotel atmosphere life.

Brand
Aquaclean
Fabricut
Product
Bellagio
Kousa Stripe
Project Name
Woolly Bay Hotel
Project Type
Commercial
Photo Credit
Tom Ferguson
www.tomferguson.com
Featured Products​
Bellagio-514
Kousa Stripe-Amber 02

Designer

Rachel Luchetti
www.luchettikrelle.com

Squillace

by Squillace

Squillace Architects created a luxurious beachfront headquarters for Northern Beaches real estate agency Clarke & Humel. Situated on the doorstep of Manly Beach, the space was designed to showcase surrounding coastal views with executive offices opening to an expansive balcony as an extension of the interior. The clients wanted the space to feel elevated, relaxed, and warm; to emulate the feeling of a residential space rather than a typical commercial office.

This was achieved through materiality, form, layout, and lighting. The design direction took inspiration from the sites surrounding rolling waves, informing sweeping curves and organic forms throughout. Materials are textural and tonal featuring bamboo wall cladding, plastered walls, Victorian ash framed glazing, and The Textile Company Amalfi-Natural linen drapery. The colour pallet is a mix of subdued tones and playful pops of colour including blush, terracotta, powder blue, and sandy beige.

Brand
The Textile Company
Product
Amalfi
Project Name
Clarke & Humel Office
Project Type
Commercial
Photo Credit

Tom Ferguson
www.tomferguson.com

Featured Products

Amalfi-Natural

Designer

BSPN Architecture

by BSPN Architecture

Capalaba Sports Club was recently transformed by BSPN Architecture, featuring Phillip Jeffries Vinyl Vibrations and Vinyl Basketry.

BSPN Architecture designed a light and fresh space, creating the feeling of an indoor-outdoor living. Design inspiration was drawn from classic Queensland architecture, with the focus of the redesign to create a family-friendly dining environment for patrons and an efficient operational experience for the club.

Brand
Phillip Jeffries
Product
Vinyl Vibrations
Vinyl Basketry
Project Name
Capalaba Sports Club
Project Type
Commercial
Photo Credit

Renee Green

Featured Products​

8704-Vinyl Vibrations 
7341-Vinyl Basketry 

Designer

BSPN Architecture
www.bspn.com

Rylie Fitzgerald

by Rylie Fitzgerald

“Sumptuous materials were carefully chosen to envelop this Wine Room, creating an ambience that transcends day and night.

The allure of the Bedouin Cloth captivated me even before encountering this contemporary house. Thus, amidst the custom upholstery, marble details, and bronze wine racking, the Bedouin Cloth tenderly breaks the tension in the space with its texture and hue.”

Brand
S Harris
Product
Bedouin Cloth
Project Name
South Yarra Wine Room
Project Type
Residential
Photo Credit

Tiago Brissos
www.northsidestudio.com

Featured Products​

Bedouin Cloth-Rustic

Designer

Rylie Fitzgerald
www.ryliefitzgerald.com

Alexander Pollock

by Alexander Pollock

The Eureka Apartment project by Alexander Pollock was inspired by the Australian terrain and topography. The client wanted a monochrome palette, therefore the Phillip Jeffries Make Waves-8866 fit perfectly with the brief.

The Authentic abaca pulp is combed into distinctive dimensional designs to create a specialty wallcovering that panels beautifully. These artistically handcrafted wallcoverings are crafted by skilled artisans with the finest natural materials and meticulously layered for a luxurious style. Abaca strings are finished with a hint of metallic and treated with a stain repellent finish.

Brand
Phillip Jeffries
Product
Make Waves
Project Name
Eureka Apartment
Project Type
Commercial
Photo Credit

Nicole England

Featured Products​

8866-Make Waves

Designer

Alexander Pollock
www.alexanderpollock.com

Abeo Architects

by Abeo Architects

Working closely with Abeo Architects and utilising the Phillip Jeffries Pure Imagination program, The Textile Company customised and re-scaled the beautiful PJ mural 5581-Arboretum printed on 7734-Vinyl Mirror Mirror to perfectly fit the walls and transform the Piano Bar in Orange Ex-Services Club NSW.

The Phillip Jeffries Murals are beautiful hand drawn original artwork designed and printed inhouse at the PJ HQ. Using state of the art printers, the PJ murals can be printed on 24 different substrates including gold leaf, wood veneer, cork, silk, grass, vinyl & more.

Brand
Phillip Jeffries
Product
Arboretum
Vinyl Mirror Mirror
Project Name
The Greenhouse – Ex Services Club, Orange
Project Type
Residential
Photo Credit

The Textile Company

Featured Products​

5581-Arboretum
7734-Vinyl Mirror Mirror

Designer

Abeo Architects
www.abeoarchitects.com

GroupGSA and SHAPE Australia

by GroupGSA and SHAPE Australia

Specified out of the Salesforce HQ in San Francisco and working locally with GroupGSA and SHAPE Australia, the Phillip Jeffries Ltd Grass Roots 3365 was used extensively throughout the new Sydney Salesforce meeting rooms. This 100% renewable grasscloth is inherently fire-rated without any chemical treatment, making it a sustainable solution that enhances the mood in the room with colour and texture. We worked closely with the builder and were able to customise the bolt sizes to reduce waste and cost.

Brand
Phillip Jeffries
Product
Grass Roots
Project Name
Salesforce Tower
Project Type
Residential
Photo Credit

Nicole England
www.nicoleengland.com

Pixel Collective Pty Ltd
www.thepixelcollective.com

Featured Products​
3365-Grass Roots

Designers

GroupGSA
www.groupgsa.com

SHAPE Australia
www.shape.com

Nic Graham

by Nic Graham & Assoc.

We selected the Phillip Jeffries Flight wallpaper for its moody green, dark ocean vibe; a contrast to the brick floors and digital artwork around the property. The wallpaper, reflected in the mirror ceiling provides a point of interest and statement backdrop to prepare and calm the guest for the lift journey to the rooms”

Brands
Phillip Jeffries
Products

Flight (Clouds Only)

Project Name
QT Newcastle
Project Type
Commercial
Photo Credit
QT Newcastle
Featured Products​

Designer

Nic Graham
www.nicgraham.com

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Bergman & Co

by Bergman & Co

Housed in a two-storey Victorian building in the heart of Abbotsford, La Fantaisie artfully combines florist, café and function spaces into a welcoming and tactile proposition.

Embracing a layered approach to materials, the venue reflects the beauty and fragility of the historic site. Burnished concrete floors, exposed-truss ceilings, raked render and troweled brick walls create a textural backdrop, drawing focus to the striking articulation of floristry and café benches. 

Interested in softening the industrial character of the warehouse building, Bergman & Co. introduced Camengo Fjord Chameau curtains from The Textile Company into the heart of the space. This linen-like voile subtly delineates the venue’s floristry and café spaces, lending privacy between settings. The softness of the fabric’s texture offers a subtle sense of movement, while its earthy tone harmonises with the blush veins of the nearby marble counters.

Brands
Camengo
Products

Fjord Sheer

Project Name
La Fantaisie
Project Type
Commercial
Photo Credit
Lillie Thompson
www.lilliethompson.com
Featured Products​

Designer

Wendy Bergman
www.bergmanandco.com

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