The overarching concept was at all times conscious of the existing interior architecture, and exploits the existing ceiling form, to create a unique, textural & dynamic environment. The design takes advantage of the existing pitched ceiling, mimicking its acute angle in the bathroom & kitchen areas, and forms the underlying principal for all design decisions. Penny round bathroom wall tiles have been laid at an opposing angle to the ceiling, creating a surprisingly dynamic and shifting environment, for the tiny space. The tapered dining room wall & kitchen bulkhead take this concept to another level, with the bulkheads black painted OSB form, snaking over and framing the all white galley style kitchen. Directional LED spotlights along the edge of the bulkhead highlight the kitchens herringbone tile splashback, V-groove doors, stone counter top & timber feature wall opposite. The angular nature of the renovation is capped off with a Henry Pilcher Block 2 pendant above the dining room table. - Matt Woods
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