This two bedroom apartment is located in a mid-1960s block in Elizabeth Bay, Sydney. The rectangular plan is defined by full height glazing to all rooms, with expansive views over Rushcutters Bay.

Project Name: Bayview Apartment
Studio Name:
Anton Kouzmin Architecture
Location: Sydney, Australia
Photography: Robert Varkevisser
Project size: 80m2
Site size: 80m2
Project Budget: $150000
Completion date: 201
Building levels: 1

Bayview Apartment by Anton Kouzmin Architecture - Sheet1
Living Room ©Robert Varkevisser

The concept involved rejuvenating a tired apartment by creating a large and light-filled open plan living space.

Bayview Apartment by Anton Kouzmin Architecture - Sheet2
Kids Room ©Robert Varkevisser

Finished in a palette of subdued, warm whites, the living space becomes the backdrop for the leafy view outside.

Bayview Apartment by Anton Kouzmin Architecture - Sheet3
Bedroom ©Robert Varkevisser

The kitchens cruciform arrangement of white polyurethane and dark timber is conceived as a sculptural element, with a mirrored splashback reflecting light and glimpses of the eastern skyline and harbour into the apartment.


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