Colour in 2021 – Rogerseller
Australia

Photography Rogerseller
Words Jackson Hides
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Issue Nº5 of The Local Project print publication is the largest to date, with over 380 pages of local architecture and design. As well as new work from the likes of Kennedy Nolan, Edition Office, Tobias Partners, Adam Kane Architects and more, Issue 05 includes Gottlieb House, one of Wood Marsh Architecture’s first residential commissions, completed 30 years ago and unchanged to this day. Kew Residence by John Wardle Architects is also found in this issue. As the home John Wardle has occupied since 1990 and renovated three times, the project is a profound insight into the personal and professional history of one of Melbourne’s most lauded architects.

With 2021 representing an opportunity to turn over a new leaf after the challenges of the previous year, Rogerseller is looking to colour and texture to create inspiring, uplifting spaces that reflect the lifestyle and personality of their inhabitants.

Rogerseller’s Natural Elements range has been inspired by the colours of the natural environment. Capturing the textures and hues of raw, natural materials, the collection is available across five finishes – chrome, graphite, matt black, brushed nickel and brushed gold. The rich tactility on offer ensures the series complements bathroom spaces that emphasises natural materials like timber and stone, contributing to aesthetically timeless and relaxing environments.

In keeping with this in-house range and the company’s tradition of offering collections that value high-quality, artisanal pieces designed and crafted to last a lifetime, Rogerseller’s European partners also embrace this ethos. Colour has been part of Fantini’s tapware collections since 1977, when designers Paolo Pedrizzetti and Davide Mercatali collaborated on the iconic, pop art-inspired I Balocchi collection. Today, the company’s use of colour extends from matt black and white to PVD matt gold, gun metal and polished nickel. Falper, meanwhile, has made the personalisation of colour possible thanks to the vast array of finishes across its own Cristalplant and Ceramilux materials, making possible pastel hues, statement colours and opulent marbles across its bathroom collections.

Similarly, Italian sanitary ware manufacturer Catalano has leant on its innovative finishing technique Cataglaze+ to make colour injection possible in any bathroom. The company’s Colori collection gives new possibilities to personalising basins, toilets and bidets. The new Terrazzo collection from Claybrook, meanwhile, made using its innovative MarbleForm material, unites the brand’s quest for physical balance and beauty with a classic British understanding of craft. In MarbleForm, natural marble chips from its stone production works are embedded and repurposed to form a new stone material, resulting in a sustainable, contemporary collection.

Capturing the textures and hues of raw, natural materials, the collection is available across five finishes – chrome, graphite, matt black, brushed nickel and brushed gold.

All of these options bring a heightened consciousness to the spaces we live in, contributing to interiors that are personal and inspiring in equal measure. This is also one of the reasons Rogerseller is embracing colour in the kitchen, through the ever-innovative Valcucine. Driven by the mission to achieve the perfect combination of sustainability, ergonomics and design, for over 35 years Valcucine has focused on balancing purpose and aesthetics. In 2021, that extends to tactile perceptions that reveal ancestral, protective and reassuring emotions, as the transparency of glass, warmth of timber and resistance of stone combine in a handcrafted Italian kitchen that prioritises finely crafted details and rich texture.

Kitchens and bathrooms are key spaces in the home when it comes to both supporting wellbeing and expressing personality. With colour representing an opportunity to inject a new energy and individuality into kitchen and bathroom design in 2021, Rogerseller is uniquely placed to deliver on this style through its own Natural Elements range and work with leading craftspeople and brands from Europe.

Rogerseller’s Natural Elements range has been inspired by the colours of the natural environment.

Published 9 March, 2021
Photography  Rogerseller
Issue 05 Cover Grey
FEATURED IN THE LOCAL PROJECT PUBLICATION - ISSUE 05
The Local Project print publication was created to inspire, inform, entertain and engage through exclusively curated content.
Issue Nº5 of The Local Project print publication is the largest to date, with over 380 pages of local architecture and design. As well as new work from the likes of Kennedy Nolan, Edition Office, Tobias Partners, Adam Kane Architects and more, Issue 05 includes Gottlieb House, one of Wood Marsh Architecture’s first residential commissions, completed 30 years ago and unchanged to this day. Kew Residence by John Wardle Architects is also found in this issue. As the home John Wardle has occupied since 1990 and renovated three times, the project is a profound insight into the personal and professional history of one of Melbourne’s most lauded architects.
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