After a three-year overhaul to their supply chain, Fibonacci Stone can now boast they are the only Australian terrazzo stone company with an entirely planned inventory. This means their complete collection is available right now – not just a smattering of odds, ends, and project left-overs. “We have finally turned the tables in favour of the designer and the client,” explains Fibonacci’s Creative Director, Michael Karakolis.

“We’re well aware of the exacting nature of our clients – the architects, designers and the specifiers – and they abhor having to choose the next available option. It dilutes their design intent, leads to heartbreak for both designer and client, and results in unwanted compromise, and blow-outs in completion dates,” says Michael.

“Truly unique products, the ones that can’t be replicated, can make such a significant contribution to a project’s overall design, however, these products often have limited availability or long lead times, making it impossible to meet project completion dates,” he says. “We feel it’s a big and important achievement for us to be able to take the stress and uncertainty out of the specification process, guaranteeing no lead time, and therefore, no need for re-selections.”

 

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Fibonacci’s Lands Edge.

 

If you’re keeping tabs on Fibonacci and recall our earlier article in which we explained there would be more to come from the Australian terrazzo stone supplier, following is a snap-shot of their latest updates and additions (with even more to come, so stay tuned!).

The Ankle Deep Collection (comprising The Sunbaker, Cool Stream and Freckle) represents Fibonacci’s appreciation of the timeless beauty of nature, and their ongoing desire to capture its beauty in our interiors.

The Sunbaker brings to mind a cooling dip in clear running water along a shallow river bank. Timeless and intrinsically Australian in hue, The Sunbaker is ideally suited to honest, organically inspired architecture. Cool Stream is reminiscent of translucent, wintery streambeds, where specks of bluestone pepper the ground between small stones of rust, olive and grey. En masse it appears cool, but up close, the warm hues will shine. Freckle recalls the beauty of tiny sunspots appearing on pale skin after a day spent outdoors. This beautiful mix of softly rounded marble, limestone and granite are set within a warm white base, and the occasional appearance of small burgundy and brown shades only increases the warmth and complexity of this stunning tile.

 

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Fibonacci’s Pavlova.

 

Another highlight worth noting is Pavlova in the palest tones of flesh, blush and salmon, inspired by the beauty of a ballerina’s steps en pointe. “We’ve christened this ‘Pavlova’, as she was widely considered the first to adopt the pointe shoe, and for more obvious reasons… its resemblance to her eponymous and delicious dessert,” says Michael. Meanwhile, Abstrakt features otherworldly shape and form. Sublimely gentle in its palette and composition, its pieces seeming to drift breezily around each other. Referencing the playful elements of design from the 1950s to 80s, it’s inkblot-like shapes in shades of grey marble are set within a white base and present an assured, modernist form.

Finally, there are two new releases for Fibonacci. Lands Edge hints of warmth in beautiful translucent light grey and white shards that create an unexpected softness. When set into an even mid-grey base, the effect is subtle, inviting a tactile response – it’s one of those products you’ll want to reach out and touch. Poppin’ is dramatically set within a cool dark grey base, where white, platinum and steely shapes pop with intense strength as if hit by a spotlight. Poppin’ is a perfect base for any bold monochromatic scheme.

 

Related: Introducing The Neues Terrazzo Collection By Fibonacci Stone.

 

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Fibonacci’s Poppin’.

 

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