The story of our underground wine and food cellar

Wine cellar and food storage preparation and storage
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Project complete- Mini orb with old fence paling trim

Project complete- Mini orb with old fence paling trim

Project completed - Terracotta pipes to store wine

Project completed - Terracotta pipes to store wine

Progress stage 3 - Refrigerators generated heat so needed to isolate them behind walls

Progress stage 3 - Refrigerators generated heat so needed to isolate them behind walls

Progress stage 3 - Needed insulation and extractor fans to reduce humidity and achieve ideal temperature

Progress stage 3 - Needed insulation and extractor fans to reduce humidity and achieve ideal temperature

Progress stage 2 Temporary storage

Progress stage 2 Temporary storage

Stage 4 - The palings on the garden shed are our old fence palings

Stage 4 - The palings on the garden shed are our old fence palings

Project complete - Mood lighting

Project complete - Mood lighting

The garden before 2009

The garden before 2009

2014 - The garden looking back to the house

2014 - The garden looking back to the house


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Project completed - The preserved food area including our honey. Pastry table and shelving recycled from Darling Harbour convention centre.

Project completed - The preserved food area including our honey. Pastry table and shelving recycled from Darling Harbour convention centre.

Project completed - Before we hand dug the cellar

Project completed - Before we hand dug the cellar

Stage 1 - We used a narrow wheelbarrow to take the dirt and rock from the cellar through the house to the garden

Stage 1 - We used a narrow wheelbarrow to take the dirt and rock from the cellar through the house to the garden

Project completed - food cellar under the house

Project completed - food cellar under the house

Stage 1 - The dirt from the cellar was used to level out the backyard for the garden

Stage 1 - The dirt from the cellar was used to level out the backyard for the garden

Project completed - The wine cellar. Sink recycled from Darling Harbour Convention Centre.

Project completed - The wine cellar. Sink recycled from Darling Harbour Convention Centre.

LYSAGHT MINI ORB® in Paperbark® COLORBOND® steel was used to clad the interior walls when restoring Kameruka Homestead at Narromine, New South Wales.

LYSAGHT MINI ORB® in Paperbark® COLORBOND® steel was used to clad the interior walls when restoring Kameruka Homestead at Narromine, New South Wales.

In Australia's Northern Territory, architect Sue Harper conceived a prefab structure comprised of three pavilions joined by suspended walkways. For the master bathroom, she clad the walls in steel. Harper and her husband, Andy Irvine, used BlueScope’s Zincalume Mini Orb steel sheeting that has fine corrugations. It is usually employed as external cladding, so it is durable and highly resistant to moisture. Read the whole story here.

In Australia's Northern Territory, architect Sue Harper conceived a prefab structure comprised of three pavilions joined by suspended wal.

Almost there. Awning barge capping to go. #cedar #doubleglazed #custom #construction #extension #miniorb #colourbond #ironstone

Almost there. Awning barge capping to go.

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