From exposed finishes to warehouse-inspired light fixtures, there is no doubt that industrial details are here to stay. The latest design from Webb & Brown-Neaves, The Tribeca superbly encapsulates the industrial trend of raw, unfinished interiors while maintaining the element of luxury found in the company’s growing portfolio of homes.
Set on a narrow block, The Tribeca manages to create dramatic free-flowing
spaces, which complement its striking angular lines, and sleek metal, raw wood
and glass finishes.
The grand two-storey elevation will impress immediately with its feature timber cladding, aluminum pergola and large feature window revealing glimpses of the stunning design that lies within.
Moving indoors, the industrial theme is continued with exposed beams and
columns, timberclad walls, raw concrete tiled flooring and an exposed airconditioning duct.
Overlooking the spacious lounge and study nook, the Manhattan-inspired kitchen and scullery features custom built cabinetry, ABS soft-close doors and drawers, commercial-style stainless steel benchtops and an island bench with oversized stone edges. On the second level sits a master suite, sitting room, two generously sized bedrooms, and bathrooms with a generous tiling allowance.
With ample space to house a family, The Tribeca is a welcome addition to Webb & Brown-Neaves homes, with its ability to cater to Perth’s increasing number of narrow block sizes.
The home is open for viewing weekends 1-5pm, and Mondays and Wednesdays
2-5pm, at 82 Hensman Street, South Perth.
Founded on a vision of quality workmanship, innovative style and exceptional customer service, Webb & Brown-Neaves is one of Australia’s most awarded home-building companies. Created in 1978, Webb & Brown-Neaves has built more than 6000 quality homes for West Australians.