The Fitzroy project was part of an extensive renovation of a two storey, inner city Period style home that required fabrication and on-site installation of a steel plate staircase.
Complete with exposed, laser cut steel treads, an integrated curved handrail and a split landing that creates a seamless dual access ascension to either living areas located on the upper level.
The blackened steel staircase creates an aesthetic that is stylishly modern and unique, adding an organic, yet sophisticated industrial aspect to a Period style home, it is definitely a statement piece of the renovation.
The upstairs lounge-room exudes opulence with a bay of high, triple curved steel doors exiting onto the second floor balcony, this feature adds a traditional sense of period style architecture whilst bringing in an abundance of light and elegance to the contemporary renovation.
The vast light filled hallway is flanked by multiple internal steel doors and an expansive set of external sliding doors along the hallway that creates a light well for the lower floor.
The ground floor office is entered via steel sectioned, bronze glazed top hung sliding doors adding a sense of privacy from the rest of the home. Set within the office is the refrigerated wine cellar, housed behind three steel glazed panels one being the entry door and the other two fixed which creates a visible yet secure storage of wine.
White obscure glass privacy screening and fabrication of an outside BBQ area incorporating steel cupboards and stone bench tops were all final touches to create a home that is contemporary, chic and very liveable.