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K ARchitects

Melbourne, AU

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Removing the wall between the kitchen and living improved the sense of space and light.
Removing the wall between the kitchen and living improved the sense of space and light.
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Punt Road, Richmond

Internal Alterations to ground level, 2BR solid brick 1920's apartment in Cremorne, Richmond.
Completed in 2009.
The client, an accomplished home cook first and foremost wanted to improve upon the dysfunctional kitchen layout and achieve the ability to be able to host dinner parties in the apartment. The other priority was to upgrade the out-dated bathroom. The bedrooms remained completely untouched as part of the scope of this project.
To achieve these goals meant structural changes on the ground floor of a solid-brick apartment building - not for the faint-hearted.
We removed the wall between the kitchen and living room, creating an open plan living space and simultaneously the apartment into 2 zones - living and sleeping.
With a high attention to detail, the client completed the project with the builder alone, using our detailed design drawings.

 
 
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Status: Built
Location: Melbourne, AU
My Role: Architect

 
We maximised bench-space within a relatively tight constrained kitchen by setting benches against the walls and removing redundant circulation paths.
We maximised bench-space within a relatively tight constrained kitchen by setting benches against the walls and removing redundant circulation paths.
Carefully integrated cabinet and lighting behind the mirror, integrated laundry under the vanity bench and frameless shower.
Carefully integrated cabinet and lighting behind the mirror, integrated laundry under the vanity bench and frameless shower.
Floor Plan, Before & After. Modernised bathroom, upgraded to a practical stylish kitchen, additional storage and an open plan living
Floor Plan, Before & After. Modernised bathroom, upgraded to a practical stylish kitchen, additional storage and an open plan living

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