Grey Round Patterns

PROJECTS

Kitchen Design: The befores and afters

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RIGHT: The counter space behind the wall had become a catch-all, making it totally impractical for any other use. 

FAR RIGHT: By opening the wall and creating an eat-at counter and workspace, the efficiency of the kitchen is dramatically improved. The new counter houses both the dishwasher and waste/recycling centre, plus an area for trays and baking skeets. 

FAR LEFT: A dated and inefficient kitchen that is dark and cluttered.

LEFT: transformed into a bright, spacious space with a much more efficient layout that includes adding counter space to the right of the stove.

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FAR LEFT: The counter space is rarely used as it has become a repository for appliances and kitchen accessories.

LEFT: A bank of drawers, a better access to lower cupboards and removing the corner unit allowed an almost unused corner of this kitchen to become the main food preparation area.

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Fully-accessible bathroom design

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BRIEF: To create a wheelchair-accessible bathroom in a newly-built basement room. 

It was important that this room not appear institutional or old-fashioned.

It was imperative to use fittings and fixtures that were easy to use for both the owner and caregiver.

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Features of this room include a curbless shower, allowing the wheelchair to be rolled in unobstructed and a sink  that allows the user to access while sitting.

Other features include a penny tile floor to reduce any possibilities of slipping, motion detector lighting, a "touch-tap" faucet and luxurious Carrera marble.

Proposed wheelchair ramp design

(Currently under construction) The design incorporates a stair access within a wheelchair ramp.

The elegant circular design is less intrusive on the landscape and incorporates beautifully into the newly-built home. 

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