DARLINGHURST

A complete refit of a landmark Darlinghurst block in conjunction with London based design architects Boyarsky Murphy. The brief called for a reworking of the plan to create a defined entry space and division between sleeping and living areas by the introduction of curvilinear wall elements. A deep purple was introduced into both kitchen and bathroom to provide relief from primarily white walls. The kitchen island bench, in all black, again breaks from the conformity of the original forms and despite the limited space available performs extremely well and gives another delineation of space the owner appreciated.
The apartment took under 3 months to complete in time for a Christmas bash!

| Team | Architects: Boyarsky Murphy, Sean Radford • Builder: One Up Building • Photography: Murray Fredericks

DARLINGHURST

A complete refit of a landmark Darlinghurst block in conjunction with London based design architects Boyarsky Murphy. The brief called for a reworking of the plan to create a defined entry space and division between sleeping and living areas by the introduction of curvilinear wall elements. A deep purple was introduced into both kitchen and bathroom to provide relief from primarily white walls. The kitchen island bench, in all black, again breaks from the conformity of the original forms and despite the limited space available performs extremely well and gives another delineation of space the owner appreciated.
The apartment took under 3 months to complete in time for a Christmas bash!

| Team | Architects: Boyarsky Murphy, Sean Radford • Builder: One Up Building • Photography: Murray Fredericks

DARLINGHURST

A complete refit of a landmark Darlinghurst block in conjunction with London based design architects Boyarsky Murphy. The brief called for a reworking of the plan to create a defined entry space and division between sleeping and living areas by the introduction of curvilinear wall elements. A deep purple was introduced into both kitchen and bathroom to provide relief from primarily white walls. The kitchen island bench, in all black, again breaks from the conformity of the original forms and despite the limited space available performs extremely well and gives another delineation of space the owner appreciated.
The apartment took under 3 months to complete in time for a Christmas bash!

| Team | Architects: Boyarsky Murphy, Sean Radford • Builder: One Up Building • Photography: Murray Fredericks

DARLINGHURST

A complete refit of a landmark Darlinghurst block in conjunction with London based design architects Boyarsky Murphy. The brief called for a reworking of the plan to create a defined entry space and division between sleeping and living areas by the introduction of curvilinear wall elements. A deep purple was introduced into both kitchen and bathroom to provide relief from primarily white walls. The kitchen island bench, in all black, again breaks from the conformity of the original forms and despite the limited space available performs extremely well and gives another delineation of space the owner appreciated.
The apartment took under 3 months to complete in time for a Christmas bash!

| Team | Architects: Boyarsky Murphy, Sean Radford • Builder: One Up Building • Photography: Murray Fredericks

DARLINGHURST

A complete refit of a landmark Darlinghurst block in conjunction with London based design architects Boyarsky Murphy. The brief called for a reworking of the plan to create a defined entry space and division between sleeping and living areas by the introduction of curvilinear wall elements. A deep purple was introduced into both kitchen and bathroom to provide relief from primarily white walls. The kitchen island bench, in all black, again breaks from the conformity of the original forms and despite the limited space available performs extremely well and gives another delineation of space the owner appreciated.
The apartment took under 3 months to complete in time for a Christmas bash!

| Team | Architects: Boyarsky Murphy, Sean Radford • Builder: One Up Building • Photography: Murray Fredericks

DARLINGHURST

A complete refit of a landmark Darlinghurst block in conjunction with London based design architects Boyarsky Murphy. The brief called for a reworking of the plan to create a defined entry space and division between sleeping and living areas by the introduction of curvilinear wall elements. A deep purple was introduced into both kitchen and bathroom to provide relief from primarily white walls. The kitchen island bench, in all black, again breaks from the conformity of the original forms and despite the limited space available performs extremely well and gives another delineation of space the owner appreciated.
The apartment took under 3 months to complete in time for a Christmas bash!

| Team | Architects: Boyarsky Murphy, Sean Radford • Builder: One Up Building • Photography: Murray Fredericks