Perfect Storm

Dubbed the ‘concrete bunker’ due to its heavy use of rendered finishes and textural interiors, Perfect Storm is a dramatic apartment in Camperdown, Sydney.

Created by architect Killing Matt Woods, the project’s clients both work in ‘design’ and wanted to shed the unnecessary trappings of the lives and reduce things back to the essentials. Free of clutter and visual noise.

The space is very open plan, with a brutalist edge with basic materials crafted and manipulated into geometric forms and monoliths but still feeling homely and warm.

The project has, unsurprisingly, been a huge social media hit, with Bollo taking a supporting role in the pitch perfect interiors.

Read more about Woods’ take on Australian architecture here.


A piece that took the design world by storm. Bursting with character and personality, life is just better with a Bollo. Designed with Andreas Engesvik.

Bollo was initiated as a typical Scandinavian lounge chair with slim features and modest use of materials. The final result is a chair driven by comfort, both visually and in use. Bollo has a strong character inspired by its heightened level of comfort, with generously shaped cushions and a bold appearance. The soft volumes reach out to embrace the slim metal base, creating an interesting intersection between the base and its cushions.