Pacific Teak is remarkably hardy and resistant to variations in temperature and humidity, making it perfect for the harsh Aussie climate.

No wonder Pacific Teak it has become the first choice for many architects looking for a low movement exterior timber, as seen in these projects:

 

Goolwa Beach House 

This house was clad in Pacific Teak in 2011. The architect coated the timber in clear oil and left it to grey. This photo was taken in December 2014.

Architect: Grieve Gillett.Photos: Lightly Salted.

 

Bendigo Childcare Centre 

This childcare centre is part of the new Bendigo hospital development. It makes extensive use of pacific teak throughout.

Architect: Bates Smart.Photos: Peter Bennetts.

 

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