On the morning of 10 May 2006, residents at Broadway in Ultimo watched in despair as fire destroyed their beloved 150 year old St. Barnabas Church. Plans for the new church required architectural build techniques that would go above and beyond normal practices. Architect Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp from FJMT Architects was able to build the new and modern church using PANDOMO®, installed by award winning concrete contractors Honestone. The final church design concept featured a modern design with distinguished use of space and natural light.
PANDOMO®, one of the world’s most innovative floor and wall finishing systems, today announced its prediction of upcoming 2013/14 trends for the Australian interior space, namely internal residential and commercial walls and floors.
With PANDOMO®, the possibilities are limitless
More than just concrete, PANDOMO® is an award winning concrete surfacing system which allows architects and specifiers the ability to transform disjointed interior walls and self-level floors into a unity of vision. PANDOMO® delivers a seamless openness, harmony and modernity to every surface it touches.
When it’s PANDOMO®
More than just concrete, PANDOMO® is a concrete surfacing system that allows home owners to transform disjointed walls and self-level floors into a unity of vision and a personal universe of their own. PANDOMO® delivers a seamless openness, harmony and modernity to every surface it touches.