Sydney warehouse conversion by MCK Architects

By Kim McFayden 5 years agoNo Comments

Here we have another stunning warehouse conversion, this time in Sydney, where a young family has converted a 2-storey warehouse into a 3-storey home, while living through the transformation! MCK Architects of Sydney were asked to design the conversion and have retained the existing warehouse vernacular while running a 3-storey high void parallel to the length of the site and incorporated a floating cellar and rooftop vegetable garden. A wonderful contrast of earthy materials such as stone, timber and concrete are set off by fittings and furnishings with a warm, industrial flavour.

[Photography by Douglas Frost]

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  ambiance, ARCHITECTURE, brick/render, dining, eco/natural, elements, entry/hall, high ceilings, high ceilings, INTERIOR DESIGN, kitchen, living room, open plan living, space, style, sustainable design, timber, timber/wood/veneer, warehouse conversion
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