Refurbishment of an iconic former “Home of the Year” originally designed by Felicity Wallace architects.Involved new cabinetry and fireplace to the kitchen, living, dining and main bedroom, and refurbishment of the bathrooms.
Living Area refurbishment
The new gas fireplace integrates seemlessly with the new cabinetry, sitting on top of a floating plain concrete hearth.
Open shelf storeage
The new window seat in the main bedroom includes open shelf storage under.
Add a punch of colour to a bathroom renovation
Orange lacquered cabinet fronts bring a punch of colour to the bathroom, set against the more restained grey mosaic tiles.
Living Room makeover
The new cabinetry uses a restained pallet of stainless steel, white & orange lacquer & solid oak.
The kitchen island bench provides storage for both kitchen and living spaces.
Downstairs the new oak vanity contrasts the existing concrete material pallet.
The new kitchen island bench is detailed as a floating cuboid element
Storage drawers are built into the new window seat.
Living Room Cabinetry
The new living room cabinetry comprises of a horizontal & vertical unit, leaving generous wall space for hanging art.
The oak vanity and timber floors provide a contrasting warmth to the cooler grey mosaic tiles.
Kitchen & Living Room Cabinetry
The new kitchen & living room cabinetry brings clean lines into the existing sapce.
Windowseat adds seating space
A new window seat provides informal seating to the dining table.
Story by: CAAHT Studio Architects
CAAHT Studio Architects was formed in 2009 after having gaining 9 years industry experience working for several of New Zealand's leading architecture practices.
Traditional villa renovation with addition at rear, pergola over outdoor living area
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