Project Showcase: Sin Terra Porcelain x Gongcha + Hotstar Paramatta

We recently partnered with Sunny Liu of Studio Hiyaku to revitalise Gongcha + Hotstar Paramatta with our porcelain benchtops.

The client wanted a complimentary design for the side-by-side eateries, and the contrast in dark and light coloured porcelain panels was a perfect way to create synergy between the stores.

To accompany the porcelain panels, Sunny used a combination of timber, black metal and blue and red tiles. The tiles add a lively splash or colour to draw the eyes to where the delicious smells lead your nose.

This client needed a long-lasting material that can stand the test of splashes and scratches that accompany a busy food outlet with a high volume of customer traffic. Sunny chose to use our SinTerra Porcelain panels because, “They’re durable, reasonably priced and look seamless. The client required a highly functional material, but didn’t want to compromise on the aesthetic of the stores.”

Porcelain slabs and panels are an excellent material for any application that undergoes wear and tear. As an extremely dense and non-porous material, porcelain slabs are fire and heat resistant, waterproof and resistant to chemicals. Read more about the benefits of porcelain slabs here.

Come and view our stunning range of porcelain slabs on display in our Showroom.

Studio Profile:

Studio Hikayu is a design studio based in Sydney. Stemming from the Japanese concept of “Hiyaku” which symbolises kinetic energy, Studio Hiyaku provides architectural design solutions that are stable, minimal, yet unrestrictive.