Kitchen and bathroom babeness in this Freemans Bay reno, by Studio106 architects

Photography by Jo Wickham

Auckland architectural team Studio106 sent me this sharp kitchen and bathroom re-design they recently completed on a Freeman's Bay house. 

They completely re-designed the kitchen so it flows seamlessly from dining area at one end, and on the other end, out onto the balcony through a new set of french doors. And I spy with my little eye a set of drawers on castors with a timber workbench top, that roll out to offer extra prep and plating space. Clever. The new kitchen style could be described as Brutalist-inspired - it's undoubtedly contemporary, but has a very cool industrial rawness and functionality. 

In the bathroom, they describe the aesthetic as 1960's townhouse-meets-70's-alpine hut. I love how that huge shower window brings the treetops in, but is completely private.

Design credit to the Studio106 team - Joanna Wickham (who actually lives here with her adorable senior-doggy-citizen Eddie), director Dion Gosling and Sigourney Lovell.

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