This stunning Grade II listed four storey home was brimming with period features such as marble fireplaces, detailed coving and tall sash windows. There were a lot of beautiful, vintage pieces of furniture which the client had inherited from family members,
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Mandy Graham is an interior designer. She was personally responsible for designing this home for her family, which includes her husband, Christopher, executive director of the banking corporation JP Morgan Chase, and the couple’s six-year-old twin boys Kai and Jude.
This family house was designed by Scott Posno Design while maintaining a vintage style like the 60s. Main floor interior walls were removed to create an open concept plan. New features include a huge marble kitchen island and new hanging steel fireplace.
The unusual form of Fernbrae House is derived from the historic siting of the original barn on the site and the more modern urban condition of the subsequent suburb that was built afterward. The piece of land originally only had two buildings on site, the farm house and the barn.
This family retreat house has won two major awards in the Auckland-Northland Architectural Designers New Zealand (ADNZ) awards, announced on Friday, June 30, 2017. The project won the award for a Residential New Home between 150 square metres and 300 square metres
The West 8th Avenue Residence is set on a modestly-sized lot in the heart of Point Grey. FdVA designed this home as a response to our clients careers in theatre, and their interest in combining Japanese principles of art with Western Architecture.