(HOUSING – BUILT – SYDNEY)
This design is an exploration of a sculptural composition fulfilling functional requirements.
Located within the Harry Seidler designed Horizon Apartment tower in Darlinghurst, Sydney, this is a project for repeat clients (and friends) with a brief to renovate the original 17 year old kitchen and laundry of a 2 bedroom apartment.
Using a restrained white palette of white polyurethane finished joinery, storage is maximised while maintaining an open connection with the living area. A continuous white Corian benchtop wraps around the kitchen, incorporating a special sitting area facing the northern harbour view and a sculptured shelf composition on the living room side to assist in concealing the wash-up area.
Custom-made white powdercoated aluminium grilles and randomly placed stainless steel door and drawer handles complete the composition.
A glass splashback was selected for ease of cleaning, but also for its ability to reflect the view from outside.
This one has been back-painted with 10 coloured stripes adding an artistic highlight to the overall white space.
And a splash of colour from the owners is deliberately hidden behind the coffee machine.
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