Park Road Queenstown
Transforming a 90s Home: Extensive Design Endeavor
What began as a kitchen renovation project took an expansive turn when renowned interior designer Mal Corboy stepped onto the scene. Collaborating with architect Noel Tapp and JCY Architects, the vision expanded to encompass a comprehensive overhaul. This included structural modifications, a 100% NBS rating upgrade, and a seamless indoor-outdoor transition for the residence. The project now boasts a complete interior transformation, including a new roof and revitalized landscape, marking a remarkable evolution for this 90s-built gem.
JCY Architects orchestrated a meticulous preliminary design, enlisting the expertise of Lewis Bradford Structural Engineers to ensure the project's success. Their coordinated efforts extended to all consultants, including interior specialists, culminating in a streamlined process and a well-defined budget. This proactive approach, in collaboration with BTP Construction, laid the groundwork for a project that seamlessly balanced precision with creativity.
The transformation's exceptional quality hasn't gone unnoticed. In fact, the project has earned a prestigious spot as a finalist in the 2022 Society of British & International Interior Design (SBID) Awards. The judging process, recognising outstanding House Interiors under 1 Million Pounds (NZ$1.95 million), highlights the project's exceptional caliber and innovative design approach.
The exterior facelift of the property showcases the amazing attention to detail. Utilising TMT Taiga coated in JSC Scumble color Nightfall, the entire building exudes a refined aesthetic, with timber accents adding character to the exterior and the inviting barbeque area. Inside, Western Hemlock paneling further enhances the warm ambiance, creating a harmonious connection between the interior and exterior spaces.
Interiors: Mal Corboy Design
Architecture: JCY Architects, Richard Chambers & Aileen McCann
Engineering: Lewis Bradford Consulting
Engineers: Tim Bradford
Contractor: BTP Construction, Newell Hodgson
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