Mackenzie Pronk Architects Moncur St Marrickville House

Interior Photogragh of Kitchen, Dining Room and Void Space. Photography by Roger D'Souza.

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Bagnato Architecture & Interiors added this to Add a New Level: 12 Unusual & Inventive Mezzanine Designs25 September 2017

3. An open-plan and private mezzanine comboIf you can’t decide whether your mezzanine should be a public or private space, why not hedge your bets and create a wall of glass that provides both a fixed balustrade and an openable section of windows. This gives you both privacy and the ability to merge the spaces into one. Tip: Use opaque or translucent glazing for the windows beneath the balustrade for added privacy. For the windows above the balustrade, opt for transparent glazing and your choice of window styles – casement, sliding, double-hung or stacking ones that will disappear into a side cavity and completely open up the space.

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aileenlm added this to Guest room13 August 2019

Above kitchen or pantry or part way into garage

Boyan Dobrev added this to Living Room12 July 2019

Windows opening to living - Not A Fan

Louise Learmont added this to Bunga Block Kitchen16 June 2019

Kitchen shape if no island . Floor. Colour scheme

brendan_wareham added this to Void Lighting19 January 2019

Industrial style lighting may work well with concrete feature wall

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