From the street, the upstairs extension clad with ‘monument’ shiplap provides a strikingly modern edge against the original brick below, retained on client request
Black downlights and finger pull detail provide a masculine balance against the white cupboards, integrated fridge and Caesarstone bench tops
Subtle use of timber and metal accents provide interest and complexity and flow throughout the entire renovation. Creative use of these materials provides zoning of the living room to the rest
A LAAL Popper Tilt light in volcanic black demarks the dining area and anchors the table, whilst providing a bold architectural statement
The bathroom tiles reference the cladding outside, providing a basket weave effect
Left: In the study, a built-in desk and cupboards continue the theme of ‘concealed technology’ with hidden cables. The neutral colour scheme is timeless, allowing for interchanging pops of colour; Right: Bathroom space in the master suite exudes luxury
Left: Pops of colour seen on a neutral colour palette in the children's retreat while a canvas by Laelie Berzon hangs above; Left: The children’s bathroom features a low splashback mirror beneath cabinets with hidden lighting.
Left: The ‘sublime teak’ storage cupboard under the stairs is functional and durable, whilst creating a stunning visual feature on entry; Right: Staircase leading to the master suites and children's bedrooms