Many of the rooms were stripped back to their original forms, while others were repurposed to provide a study, master room, en-suite and bathroom.
The new rear extension to the kitchen was carefully planned to make best use of its narrow volume, with newly designed openings sensitively integrated into the existing envelope. This new extension houses white joinery, a stainless steel workbench, basalt benchtops and American oak, complimented by Artek lighting and black steel framed doors.
The bathrooms combine bespoke detailing and integrated joinery with a graphic black and white palette, developed in response to the client’s much loved Enzo Mari “Apple” print.
In homage to the existing architecture, the materials palette for the built elements was intentionally restrained, layering colour and texture in the decorative phase of the project to create a richness in the interiors. Almost all of the original material was conserved – refinished and restored as needed.
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