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 Although a small foot print this was a  substantial build from the ground up. the space needed to remain honest to the Mid - Century modern home with simple clean design and natural materials to remain quite period. 

Solid Walnut joinery was used and traditional cabinetmaking techniques such as a solid timber carcase. The doors are book matched solid timber panels with framed doors and exposed bridle joinery .  There is no modern hardware instead Brass Knife hinges let the doors swing freely and are stopped by an audible click of bullet catches.  Concealed behind the doors hand dovetailed drawers that slide silky smooth on  timber slips.

Timber windows were replaced with modern double glazed versions, new ventilation and lighting. The surfaces are all flush making for a sleek design but highly practical. Finishes such as Walnut, Slate, Stone, Copper, Brass make for a period look but more importantly the room is truly composed to last the decades.

Project Design By Glenn Whatt of BOS Architecture http://www.bosarchitecture.co.nz/studio

Builder: The Smithery, well that’s us

Joinery: The Smithery

Stone: SCE Stone   http://www.scestoneanddesign.co.nz/

Harware: Chant Hardware https://chanthardware.com/

Tiles: Tile space https://www.tiles.co.nz/

Glass: Viridian glass https://www.tiles.co.nz/

Plumbing Fittings Robertsons https://www.robertson.co.nz/

Finishes Woca Oil https://www.designdenmark.co.nz/

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Bathroom Renovation

 Although a small foot print this was a  substantial build from the ground up. the space needed to remain honest to the Mid - Century modern home with simple clean design and natural materials to remain quite period. 

Solid Walnut joinery was used and traditional cabinetmaking techniques such as a solid timber carcase. The doors are book matched solid timber panels with framed doors and exposed bridle joinery .  There is no modern hardware instead Brass Knife hinges let the doors swing freely and are stopped by an audible click of bullet catches.  Concealed behind the doors hand dovetailed drawers that slide silky smooth on  timber slips.

Timber windows were replaced with modern double glazed versions, new ventilation and lighting. The surfaces are all flush making for a sleek design but highly practical. Finishes such as Walnut, Slate, Stone, Copper, Brass make for a period look but more importantly the room is truly composed to last the decades.

Project Design By Glenn Whatt of BOS Architecture http://www.bosarchitecture.co.nz/studio

Builder: The Smithery, well that’s us

Joinery: The Smithery

Stone: SCE Stone   http://www.scestoneanddesign.co.nz/

Harware: Chant Hardware https://chanthardware.com/

Tiles: Tile space https://www.tiles.co.nz/

Glass: Viridian glass https://www.tiles.co.nz/

Plumbing Fittings Robertsons https://www.robertson.co.nz/

Finishes Woca Oil https://www.designdenmark.co.nz/

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Bathroom Renovation

 Although a small foot print this was a  substantial build from the ground up. the space needed to remain honest to the Mid - Century modern home with simple clean design and natural materials to remain quite period. 

Solid Walnut joinery was used and traditional cabinetmaking techniques such as a solid timber carcase. The doors are book matched solid timber panels with framed doors and exposed bridle joinery .  There is no modern hardware instead Brass Knife hinges let the doors swing freely and are stopped by an audible click of bullet catches.  Concealed behind the doors hand dovetailed drawers that slide silky smooth on  timber slips.

Timber windows were replaced with modern double glazed versions, new ventilation and lighting. The surfaces are all flush making for a sleek design but highly practical. Finishes such as Walnut, Slate, Stone, Copper, Brass make for a period look but more importantly the room is truly composed to last the decades.

Project Design By Glenn Whatt of BOS Architecture http://www.bosarchitecture.co.nz/studio

Builder: The Smithery, well that’s us

Joinery: The Smithery

Stone: SCE Stone   http://www.scestoneanddesign.co.nz/

Harware: Chant Hardware https://chanthardware.com/

Tiles: Tile space https://www.tiles.co.nz/

Glass: Viridian glass https://www.tiles.co.nz/

Plumbing Fittings Robertsons https://www.robertson.co.nz/

Finishes Woca Oil https://www.designdenmark.co.nz/

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