We were initially retained to complete a feasibility study to investigate the potential of an interior renovation in a clients residence, and followed it with the subsequent design. Our design opens up the space by removing an existing partition wall that had previously separated the kitchen, formal living, and dining room areas into distinct separate zones. By removing the wall all three spaces benefit from increased light, and additional visual connections. We harnessed the existing structure to define the kitchen by constructing a dropped ceiling.   A fritt glass + cherry book shelf separates the entry from the formal living room, but allows visual penetration. The flooring is replaced throughout, the tired wooden railing replaced with a light wire rail.

New Informal Living/Kitchen

New Dining/Living/Kitchen
New Formal Living/Kitchen

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2571 Heron Street, Oak Bay, BC