Residential / Interior design / 2014
An extensive interior refurbishment of a house built in 1926. The many layers of all the past renovations were stripped away to reveal the original fabric. Subtle changes to circulation and access were made, along with key interventions to improve natural light and ventilation. The project included new flooring and finishes, bathroom and kitchen joinery, built-in storage, custom furniture and lighting design. An existing large raw steel beam, hidden within a plasterboard bulkhead, has been exposed as the main feature of the new open plan living/dining/kitchen area.