Indah Island’s Hamptons Farmhouse Estate in WA’s countryside has a new look.
A few of Quantify’s smart home devices installed in the home have had their Touch Panels upgraded, from the Pinstripe Series to the Modernist Icon Series.
The Modernist Icon Series Touch Panels feature simple, user-friendly iconography and words to help homeowners remember which buttons do what. There are several pre-chosen design variations of the Touch Panel for different areas of a home, including the entrance hall, bathroom and main living space.
Hamptons Farmhouse owner and Indah Island interior designer, Natalee Bowen, said she loves the new Touch Panels in her main living space and entrance hall.
“The Modernist Icon Series is really quite beautiful. I love the simplicity of the iconography – it goes perfectly with my Hamptons theme and it makes things a bit easier when it comes to knowing which button does what,” Natalee said.
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These new Touch Panels will be showcased on a new TV show later this year, as part of the Farmhouse project.
As mentioned in an earlier blog post, the show, known as Australia’s Best House, is a celebration of the built form of the way we live in Australia. From display homes, multi-residential projects, brand new builds to breathtaking renovations, this show will take viewers inside the best residential projects in Australia. The show will culminate in one home being crowned with the title of Australia’s Best House.
Perth-born model, brand ambassador and actress, Megan Gale, will be the host of the show, which will air on 9Life in September (predicted). The show will also likely air around the world in New Zealand, USA, Eastern Europe, South Africa and Singapore, among others.
Australia’s Best House follows on from the Farmhouse’s appearance on 9Life’s Ready Set Reno in May 2020. RSR is hosted by ex-The Block contestants Michael and Carlene Duffy.