warehouse conversion by MCK architects warehouse conversion by MCK architects
jan 30, 2013

warehouse conversion by MCK architects

‘warehouse conversion’ by MCK architectsimage © douglas frost

 

 

converted to from a warehouse to a three-level residence by australian MCK architects, the existing two-story industrial space is is retained and adapted to the new home which includes a 30 foot high-void running parallel to the length of the site. the inclusion of a floating cellar and a rooftop vegetable garden complements the uses of natural materials – which is also seen in the facade entry with a contrasting rugged concrete exterior that previews the traversing interior hallway leading to the main kitchen and living space.

 

 

living space / kitchen viewimage © douglas frost

 

 

kitchen spaceimage © douglas frost

 

 

bathroom detailimage © douglas frost

 

 

(left) traversing hallway with view to the exterior, (right) view leading to the main kitchen and living areaimage © douglas frost

 

 

garden patioimage © douglas frost

 

 

project information:

 

architect: MCK architects

builder: PS buildingproject manager: simon robinsonstructural engineer: simpson design associateshydraulic engineer: ITMsurveyor: eric scerri + associatesheritage consultant: urbis

  • Interesting take on a warehouse reconfiguration – I like the layout.
    Any other pics with the before?

    -J

    jp walker says:

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