Slight difference in tones to create a sense of depth. Elegance is enhanced by the addition of subtle grooves to the cabinets.
The insertion of new steel-framed windows and doors help to connect, open up rooms and also function to framing views through to the garden. When shut, they enclose the rooms to create warm, intimate spaces.
The warmth is amplified through the use of inherent materials. The floor, internal doors and joinery are custom designed and manufactured from solid American oak. Robust and enduring details define the tactile elements of the design.
Residential modification & refurbishment for a small footprint Edwardian house. The principles of the design follow light and shade, shrinking and stretching space with the use of a monochromatic pallet. Stained solid oak for the island bench, joinery in Dulux Natural White, Qasair rangehood, white Vola tap, splash back in powder coated aluminium in Shoji White, walls painted in Dulux Natural White.
Not positioning the sink in the island helps create a cleaner space. Movable lights that increase the functionality and adaptability of the space.
Solid Australian blackbutt timber, blackbutt veneer and tallowwood flooring. Geometrical game of scales.