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Inspired by the Olympic torch and making visual reference to the Sydney Opera House, the 80-level Q1 apartment building soars high above the Gold Coast
Apartment with natural limestone flooring, upholstered dining chairs floor, flooring, hardwood, interior design, laminate flooring, table, tile, wood, wood flooring, gray
Apartment with natural limestone flooring, upholstered dining chairs with table, rug and sofa.

From the landscaped outdoor areas and the Fitness Centre pool to the individual apartments, the surface finishes chosen for the Q1 Tower are all part of the contemporary look.

Salvatore Ceramics worked with Sunland to supply natural limestone, black granite, polished porcelain, vitrified and ceramic tiles for a variety of areas in the building.


Pool with waterfall feature, natural granite and porcelain reflection, river, water, water feature, water resources, watercourse, gray
Pool with waterfall feature, natural granite and porcelain tiles.

Sam Mazza of Salvatore Ceramics says his objective was to fulfil Sunland's design concepts and meet the budget and delivery programme.

"On a project of this scale, there are always logistical and distribution issues to overcome, but the work was all completed within the required timeframe," Mazza says.

Lift lobby area with black granite floor tiles art, art exhibition, modern art, tourist attraction, black
Lift lobby area with black granite floor tiles and coloured Onyx marble walls.

Salvatore Ceramics is an importer of mosaics, natural stone, fine porcelain, ceramic, and vitrified wall and floor tiles from all around the world. The company works with architects, developers and interior designers and, in the past ten years, has been associated with some of Queensland's major building developments.

Contact Salvatore Ceramics, 170 South Pine Rd, Brendale, Qld 4500, phone (07) 3889 7761, fax (07) 3889 7764. Email: info@salvatoreceramics.com, website: www.salvatoreceramics.com.

Mar 24, 2006
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