PARKWAY AVENUE HOUSE
Located in a conservation area of Newcastle, this 1930s house is heritage listed, meaning the exterior street elevation was protected by council heritage restrictions and unable to be altered in any way. The works were limited to the reworking of interior spaces and focused on the client's desire to re-establish the original elegance of the building's art deco design. The reconfiguration of a messy floorplan created a house of five-bedrooms, three bathrooms, a four-car garage and multiple living areas, while the kitchen takes a central position within the plan. The refurbishment of the original curved stair and a consideration of colour, texture and style means that the interior design works aren't detached from the house's original, refreshed, exterior.