What we did:
Koi is a Japanese Restaurant located in Woolwich that has one of the most stunning restaurant fitouts you could ever wish to see.
All feature timbers, beams, posts, joists and racking was supplied and created from recycled grey ironbark, the bulk of which had been formerly used as bridge girders in the Hornibrook Bridge. Some of the recycled timber feature posts (recycled ironbark) still have their orginal bolt holes visible as this was the look the designers were after.
Further, the recycled timber flooring supplied was recycled red ironbark which blended in perfectly with the colour of the counter, another part of the fitout performed using recycled grey ironbark, which not only looks great but is extremely durable.