- Commercial Architecture
- Contemporary Architecture
- Heritage Architecture
The Fenwick St renovation created a contemporary solution on a typical inner-city single-fronted site by creating an open plan living area which connects to the rear yard.
The interiors were based on a simplified palette of warm timbers and contrasting black and white elements that would not date. Featuring a painted brick wall in white we were able to enhance the home by showing the natural textures of brick in a way which complemented the contemporary design and brightened up the spaces.
The engineered timber flooring in herringbone parquetry make a traditional statement in a contemporary way, it’s a subtle reference to the homes heritage nature. A great match for the simple material palette used across this house.
High ceilings and feature pendant and wall lights were carefully positioned to define the various functions of the flexible open plan living room.
The design includes custom-manufactured industrial glass windows facing the rear yard with added high-level windows. The aim of this feature was to maximise the natural light within the narrow boundary to boundary construction.
Tess Kelly Photography