Featured Projects

Keck Haus

We worked with Polina Radchenko on Keck Haus to create a minimal feature pendant for the kitchen island. Using our Hollow Pendant design crafted in White Oak, we created a custom timber stain finish to suit the cabinetry and benchtops.

“The brief was to create a calm, balanced space that was humble yet beautiful. The space had to be highly functional as well to serve the needs of a young family, husband and wife with two beautiful teenage girls and a gorgeous caboodle dog. A portion of the home was fitted out as an office, home to the clients’ family business which Polina Radchenko Interiors designed as such, along with the workstations, office storage and brand signage. The colour palette features soft timber colouring, contrasted by dark fluted panelling and gunmetal tapware. Furniture and accessories selections add colour to the space while still keeping it predominantly calm and reserved. Full-height joinery, tall sculptural lighting and floor-to-ceiling curtains – all designed to emphasize the high ceilings and volume.” – Polina Radchenko

Interior Designer: Polina Radchenko
Architecture: Benjamin Walters
Builder: Luxury Lifestyle Homes
Photography: Cathy Schusler

Kira House

Our Tenn Pendant was chosen as a feature piece for this stunning kitchen design by Kira and Kira for the Kira House, Gold Coast. With the Walnut veneer featured throughout the cabinetry and kitchen island design, we recommended a Tasmanian Blackwood Tenn Pendant to compliment the kitchen in shape and colour. Careful selection of the timber piece used created a beautiful match to surrounding kitchen and interior design.

Styling and furniture: Kira and Kira
Photographer: Andy Macpherson
Construction: Davey Constructions

ASIC Sydney Head Office

Our Tenn Pendant was chosen as a feature piece throughout the beautifully designed interiors for the the ASIC offices in Sydney. Each pendant was crafted in Spotted Gum, featuring the beautiful variations in colour and texture that Spotted Gum can achieve. The Tenn Pendants complimented the timber details through the architecture and furnishings, creating a warm and natural workspace. A total of 58 pendants were included in the project through the interior spaces.

“The Australian Securities and Investment Commission is Australia’s integrated corporate, markets, financial services and consumer credit regulator, with offices based across Australia. DJAS was awarded the project to meet ASIC’s aspirations for a new way of working, with a strategy of rolling out an ABW workplace across its national offices, commencing with the ASIC Perth office. DJAS provided a series of fit outs which allowed for a landscape of work opportunities, from cockpits and focused zones, to semi-focused and collaborative zones, to anchor points and breakout hubs designed to facilitate amenity and orientation. There was also provision made for wide circulation paths, and enhanced access to natural light and vistas.” – DJAS

Architect – DJAS
Contstruction – Shape