The Liverpool Catholic Club Alfresco Gaming Lounge in Sydney shows how using multiple timber products and timber-look ceiling products can produce fantastic results for renovation projects.

Altis Architecture, who specialise in hospitality and clubs were responsible for the interior renovations at the Liverpool Catholic Club and decided on a combination of SUPAWOOD products to bring their designs to fruition.

In the gaming areas, MAXI BEAMS were used to produce the specific geometric pattern in the new Sports Bar whilst WAVE BLADES were specified for the ceiling linings in the sports lounge. Although different designs and products were used for these new areas, they shared consistency with both being produced in SUPAWOOD’s Tasmanian Oak SUPAFINISH.

For the exterior of the building, Altis Architecture chose to use SUPAWOOD's ALUCLICK aluminium product, which is fully compliant for use in exterior applications. The lightweight beam system was powdercoated in one of Australia's most popular finishes, Blackbutt, enhancing the overall appeal of the building’s exterior. The strategic use of these products not only elevates the architectural design but also offers a seamless blend of interior and exterior spaces. Aluclick was also used for the new Alfresco Gaming Zone.

Michael Siciliano from Richard Crookes Interiors, who worked with SUPAWOOD on this project, shared his experience. "It was great, a great product, all installed as per specification. The internal and external products were awesome," he said.

This feedback is a testament to SUPAWOOD's commitment to providing quality products combined with strong attention to detail. The Liverpool Catholic Club Alfresco Gaming Lounge is a recent example of how SUPAWOOD products can redefine spaces and support architects in their quest to create engaging and functional spaces.

Project details

Project: Liverpool Catholic Club Alfresco Gaming Lounge

Location: 424-458 Hoxton Park Road, Prestons, NSW


Finishes: SUPAFINISH: Tasmanian Oak, Powdercoat: Blackbutt