Preferring to not build up, the Singapore based clients wanted to ensure the home they were returning to met the hectic requirements of the family.

Project Name: Brighton East Interior
Studio Name:
Dan Gayfer Design
Project size: 42 m2
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Photography: Dean Bradley

Brighton East Interior by Dan Gayfer Design - Sheet1
Reading Room ©Dean Bradley

The project encompasses a kitchen, bathroom, ensuite and laundry as well as cabinetry throughout the Californian Bungalow.

Brighton East Interior by Dan Gayfer Design - Sheet2
Kitchen ©Dean Bradley

The bathroom and ensuite interiors are discreet other than spotted gum cabinetry that is both a focal point and link to materials employed in other rooms.

Brighton East Interior by Dan Gayfer Design - Sheet3
Bathroom ©Dean Bradley

Western Red Cedar lining boards, Spotted Gum battens and Russian Birch plywood industriously combine with steel, ceramic tile and burnished concrete to result in an unpredictable yet flexible kitchen that is highly customised to the needs of a young and energetic family.

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