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mezzanine level that contains the master
bed, ensuite bathroom and roof terrace.
“The mezzanine creates continuity
between the ground and upper levels,” says
Joe. “While the master bedroom is open, it
remains private, with the option of a hinge
door to provide some physical barrier.”
Due to the limited amount of outdoor
space at the property, the roof terrace
adjoining the master bedroom was created
as an extension of the lower courtyard.
It provides Emma and Craig with their
own private retreat, and also functions
as a separate and safe space the children
can play in.
Another two bedrooms along with
the girls’ bathroom, playfully fi nished
with bright pink flooring, can be found
on the upper level.
Downstairs, the building’s past is
revealed through original brickwork,
reinstated timber floorboards and splatter
stucco, which is continued through to the
new sections. The existing concrete floor
was also polished and left exposed.
The owners’ penchant for 60s and 70s
collectables finds its way into the home
with yellow Kartell side tables, lava lamps
and a red Laminex dining table, as well as a
ra nge of photographic paraphernalia.
Pressed stainless steel and Caesarstone
in Nougat was chosen for the kitchen
06. An assortment of photographic paraphernalia adds a sense
of novelty and an insight into the owner’s interests.
07-08. The blackbutt timber flooring and balustrade used on the
stairwell and second floor draw a distinction between the
existing jarrah floorboards on the ground floor.
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