In the middle of any extension, between the knocking out of walls and new installations, there comes a time when you feel powerless. All of your intimate plans are stuck somewhere between dreams and the unnattractive reality. But when you fight through the middle stage, seeing your vision turn into reality, your doubt quickly turns to gratification.
The unique nature of this design in Yarraville, Melbourne, provided plenty of these moments. After all, it is multi-tasking between a basic functionality and wider sense of minimalist style and restraint.
Only modern components are used in the design, which features Victorian Ash timber treads, suitable for the polished concrete floors and stone benchtops on the bottom level. A clean stainless steel handrail and glass balustrade compliments the modern style, which has a timber centre carriage and visible jigsaw profile.