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Spotlight on: Enoki

New catalogue 12

Enoki Design describes themselves as 'a multi-disciplinary design firm specialising in Visual Communication and Interior Architecture - working with our clients to achieve outstanding results that leave the right impression'. And they couldn't be more right, as the firm won big in the 2017 Design Institute of Australia South Australia/Northern Territory Awards for Built Environment, Best Kitchen and Communication for four projects across South Australia. 

It's through their focus on creating coherent packages suited for the client's lifestyle, that have created a following for the Adelaide-based interior architects. These briefs are determined through conversations with clients, in order to ensure that its exactly what the client is after. 

A winner for Enoki was 'Adelaide Residence 4', which won Gold in the Built Environment category recent DIA SA/NT awards. This residence is luxurious to say the least; with finishes of gold, copper and bronze throughout the kitchen and bathroom. Marble is used in the kitchen, along with a simple colour palette of grey, brown and black to highlight the metallic finishes (see below). This abode is everything that one could want in a home, with a warm environment having been created by the Enoki team. 

New catalogue 11 

Besides interior architecture, Enoki are renowned for their light fittings which you may have seen at our Frewville showroom. The Cumulus Pendent, Cumulus Nude Pendent and Cumulus Floor Lamp, are statement pieces used throughout projects, in domestic and commercial settings. Recently the design firm has introduced a range of stools, the Bean Stool and Woof Stool, both with angular features.

For more information on their latest projects check out their website or to explore their range, contact our showroom today!

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Tuesday, 26 March 2019