The Villa Renovation / Peppermint Grove
Life / A second life for the building, as well as for the family, with a new identity that respects originality but caters to modern living.
Space / A modern renovation that pays homage to the original architecture designed by Geoffrey Summerhayes in 1988.
Details
Peppermint Grove
4 Bed, 3 Bath
Residential Renovation
Awarded Best of State Award, Residential Design
Australian Interior Design Awards 2019.
Awarded Residential Interior Spaces Award of Merit, Best in State,
The Design Institute of Australia WA Awards 2018.
Featured In est Living & Inside Out Magazine.

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What they wanted.
Our clients were at a crossroads – do they sell their original family home and downsize, or can a renovation cater for their next life phase? After some early design concept explorations, they chose to stay.
What we did.
Architecture, Interiors and Styling.
How it went.
We maintained the original floor plan, but reconfigured each room’s function and location, allowing us to respect Summerhayes’ vision, but cater to their current lifestyle. We developed a monochrome palette and layered it with natural materials like oak, sisal and marble. We drew attention to the home’s light-filled spaces.
What we love most.
Custom blackened steel windows and doors to revive the home’s architectural heritage in a sophisticated and timeless way.
Collaborators.
The homeowners.
Photography, Meghan Plowman.
Styling, Featherhorse Studio.
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The Villa Renovation / Peppermint Grove

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The Villa Renovation / Peppermint Grove
Life / A second life for the building, as well as for the family, with a new identity that respects originality but caters to modern living.
Space / A modern renovation that pays homage to the original architecture designed by Geoffrey Summerhayes in 1988.
Details
Peppermint Grove
4 Bed, 3 Bath
Residential Renovation
Awarded Best of State Award, Residential Design
Australian Interior Design Awards 2019.
Awarded Residential Interior Spaces Award of Merit, Best in State,
The Design Institute of Australia WA Awards 2018.
Featured In est Living & Inside Out Magazine.
 
What they wanted.
Our clients were at a crossroads – do they sell their original family home and downsize, or can a renovation cater for their next life phase? After some early design concept explorations, they chose to stay.
What we did.
Architecture, Interiors and Styling.
How it went.
We maintained the original floor plan, but reconfigured each room’s function and location, allowing us to respect Summerhayes’ vision, but cater to their current lifestyle. We developed a monochrome palette and layered it with natural materials like oak, sisal and marble. We drew attention to the home’s light-filled spaces.
What we love most.
Custom blackened steel windows and doors to revive the home’s architectural heritage in a sophisticated and timeless way.
Collaborators.
The homeowners.
Photography, Meghan Plowman.
Styling, Featherhorse Studio.

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The Villa Renovation / Peppermint Grove
Life / A second life for the building, as well as for the family, with a new identity that respects originality but caters to modern living.
Space / A modern renovation that pays homage to the original architecture designed by Geoffrey Summerhayes in 1988.
Details
Peppermint Grove
4 Bed, 3 Bath
Residential Renovation
Awarded Best of State Award, Residential Design
Australian Interior Design Awards 2019.
Awarded Residential Interior Spaces Award of Merit, Best in State,
The Design Institute of Australia WA Awards 2018.
Featured In est Living & Inside Out Magazine.
 
What they wanted.
Our clients were at a crossroads – do they sell their original family home and downsize, or can a renovation cater for their next life phase? After some early design concept explorations, they chose to stay.
What we did.
Architecture, Interiors and Styling.
How it went.
We maintained the original floor plan, but reconfigured each room’s function and location, allowing us to respect Summerhayes’ vision, but cater to their current lifestyle. We developed a monochrome palette and layered it with natural materials like oak, sisal and marble. We drew attention to the home’s light-filled spaces.
What we love most.
Custom blackened steel windows and doors to revive the home’s architectural heritage in a sophisticated and timeless way.
Collaborators.
The homeowners.
Photography, Meghan Plowman.
Styling, Featherhorse Studio.

Info

Life: A second life for the building, as well as for the family, with a new identity that respects originality but caters to modern living.
Space: A modern renovation that pays homage to the original architecture designed by Geoffrey Summerhayes in 1988.
Place: Peppermint Grove
Size: 4 Bed, 3 Bath
Scope: Residential Renovation
Featured In:  Est Living & Inside Out Magazine
Awards:
  1. Australian Interior Design Awards 2019 – Best of State Award, Residential Design.
  2. The Design Institute of Australia WA Awards 2018 – Residential Interior Spaces Award of Merit, Best in State.
Photography: Meghan Plowman
Styling: Featherhorse Studio
 
What they wanted: Our clients were at a crossroads – do they sell their original family home and downsize, or can a renovation cater for their next life phase? After some early design concept explorations, they chose to stay.
What we did: Architecture, Interiors and Styling.
How it went: We maintained the original floor plan, but reconfigured each room’s function and location, allowing us to respect Summerhayes’ vision, but cater to their current lifestyle. We developed a monochrome palette and layered it with natural materials like oak, sisal and marble. We drew attention to the home’s light-filled spaces.
What we love most: Custom blackened steel windows and doors to revive the home’s architectural heritage in a sophisticated and timeless way.
Who we collaborated with: The homeowners.

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