Archive for the ‘Modern’ Category

Our latest project involved redevelopment of a residential home in Glebe with beautiful custom crafted wooden fixtures. We aimed to create cabinets, stairs with an integrated entertainment unit, floating bookshelf, walk-in wardrobe, bathroom vanities, main kitchen, studio kitchen, and laundry compartments that fit perfectly with the contemporary and modern vibe that the home illustrated.

We used spotted gum veneer, solid timber, and blue stone for this project to go along with the modern and sleek aesthetic that the house possessed. Thus, creating a beautiful uncluttered atmosphere.

This residential project can be found on a small back lane in Sydney’s inner-west suburb of Glebe. With the site being only 92sqm, the modern building took to the skies by building up and allowing the home to make most of the space provided. With the architectural design by U + I Building Studio, it was a pleasure to help bring their vision to life.

For more information on this project, check out U + I Building Studio’s post.

If you would like to work with us, drop us a note here. Also, be sure to check out photos of this project below!

For the May edition of the it’s design blog, we have decided to delve deeper into Chris Bosse’s Tivoli Terrace. The director of the architecture firm LAVA recently won the SMEG Tour Competition for this project, and we are so pleased that we could be a part of it!

The Paddington townhouse features a combination of classic joinery and modern manufacturing techniques allowing it to achieve a ‘21st century reinterpretation of a 1880’s terrace house’. Each room has floor to ceiling in-built cabinets which add generous amounts of hidden storage space to the property. With custom-made white laminated solid plywood kitchen and pale French oak timber floors, the use of only neutral colour tones creates a warm and serene environment.

‘Somehow when you are in here, it doesn’t feel small at all” – Chris Bosse

From handcrafted joinery solutions in the kitchen and laundry to wardrobes and bookshelf cabinets in the bedrooms and living rooms respectively, Bosse’s signature style of organic structures is present throughout his home. A combination of great architectural inspiration from Bosse with sustainable design has enabled a simplistic and modern way of creating space with the limited room of compact inner-city living.

Tivoli Terrace – Kitchen and Courtyard

Tivoli Terrace – Kitchen

Tivoli Terrace – Rumpus Room

Tivoli Terrace – Bookshelf

Tivoli Terrace – Living Room

Tivoli Terrace – Bedroom

Tivoli Terrace – Dining Room

If you want to know more about the Tivoli Terrace Project, click here.

Another year of the world renowned IMM Cologne has passed. And as always, the IMM Cologne has out done itself once again when presenting the latest global furniture and interior design trends. The innovative designs inspire the coming seasons trends as the event is a key driver and a creative centre in the global furniture market scene.

From the moment we entered, we were sent into another world filled with unparalleled inspiration in all things furniture. The sheer degree of expertise within one European city was immense and profoundly stimulating, being able to experience all the latest innovations and concepts come to light.

The trend towards re-releasing vintage and new modern classics has become a well-established one within the furniture sector. This year was no different as we saw many of the biggest brands celebrate their heritage and values in their new collections. A key influence was retro inspired classic designs with bold and brash colour clashes. It is clear that these classic designs are timeless and authentic as they are re-released with a contemporary twist.

Freifrau Leya Lounge Chair

Design: Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss

Freifrau Romy Cocktailsessel

Design: Patrick Frey

With the top international decisions makers, the industry’s most important opinion leaders and disseminators in one place, IMM Cologne allowed us to experience all of the trends of tomorrow, today. Or rather the designs of yesteryear, in a new light.

To see some of the trends that inspired us, check out our Instagram page!

We are so pleased to have not one but two of our projects featured in the Harper’s Bazaar Working Spaces Series. 

Last year we showed you our work at MAXMEDIA LAB, this time its Sarah & Sebastian and their recently opened, first retail store.

The Working Spaces Series showcases Australian companies and individuals that are aesthetically pleasing, and add well-being and productivity in the office environment. We believe that our cabinet work at Sarah & Sebastian reflects these values of simple and ageless designs to create a pleasant and tranquil atmosphere allowing the collections to be shown in the best way possible.

If these photos aren’t convincing enough head over to Alexandria to check it out in person. Trust me, it won’t disappoint!

 

Thanks Harper’s Bazaar for featuring some of our work with U+I Building Studio on the newly refurbished MAXMEDIA LAB office in Alexandria.

This series showcases Australian companies and individuals that are aesthetically pleasing, and add well-being and productivity in the office environment.

Our work with MAXMEDIA LAB emits this idea of a sleek modern workplace with simplistic and timeless designs that create a calm and soothing working environment. With more hours being spent in the office it is becoming increasingly important to have a positive work environment.

Thanks MAXMEDIA LAB for the opportunity, it was an absolute pleasure! Check out Harper’s Bazaar’s article for some #officeinspo 

 

 

A BIG congratulations to our friend and collaborator Mark Smith of Smith Projects Pty Ltd for WINNING the Private School Construction Category at Master Builders Association of NSW Construction Awards Gala Dinner on Saturday night!

Working with you on the Kincoppal Rose Bay Project was an absolute pleasure! The end result looks exceptional!

This project is just one part of the refurbishment masterplan of Kincoppal which includes revamp on several of the heritage listed buildings. The area was upgraded to suit the current educational spaces and technology including pinboards, lockers, utilities storage, bench seats, tables and a kitchenette.

With the project being completed within 12 weeks, it was truly a well deserved win, If you don’t believe us, check out the photos for yourself!

Architect: BVN

The KFF MAVERICK range is a mixture of classic retro with a modern touch. Designed by Birgit Hoffmann, the range has been able to translate the archetype into a modern up to date form play.

The MAVERICK table has been conceptualised for both home and commercial use. Made from timber and can be customised to your desired length, with the option of felt gliders. The solid timber frame supports the table top timber veneer or solid with bevelled or square edge.

KFF Maverick Table

The MAVERICK chair is the epitome of classic design with a modern twist. The very recognisable design has been revamped; we can see Hoffmann’s style and personality come through with the flared legs that a consistent throughout the range.

The chair has a solid wooden frame and is available with or without armrests. The seat shell made of moulded and laminated plywood or upholstered and covered. With the option of plastic and felt gliders.

KFF Maverick Chair

Lastly, the MAVERICK Bar Stool is ergonomically designed to be perfectly comfortable for everyone who sits in it. The upholstered bar stool with high and low backrest is available in 2 heights. The seat shell is of moulded laminated plywood, upholstered and covered, its sits on top of the wooden frame. Plastic or felt gliders optional.

KFF Maverick Bar Stool

Check out our website to find out more about the KFF MAVERICK Range!

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