Old Sydney warehouse is transformed into an industrial-chic home

Old Sydney warehouse is transformed into an industrial-chic home

Rather than strip Balmain, Sydney of its post-industrial architectural heritage and historical past, award-winning exercise Carter Williamson Architects has taken care to sustainably breathe new daily life into the area’s old structures. Scenario in position is the nearby studio’s transformation of a previous timber factory into a breathtaking, present day residence with industrial-chic styling woven through its 4 ranges. Dubbed 102 The Mill, the distinctive dwelling boasts 403 sq. meters of space with soaring ceilings and lots of all-natural gentle.

The adaptive reuse design and style is portion of a higher redevelopment undertaking in which a sawmill, cottage and factory had been repurposed into numerous residences. All of the renovated buildings keep pieces of the authentic building. In 102 The Mill, these deliberately exposed frameworks are complemented by industrial-influenced lights fixtures and minimalist, streamlined furnishings. Timber flooring and heat fabrics help imbue the previous manufacturing unit with a feeling of cozy warmth.

kitchen with long black island, a small lounge sofa, a wood dining table and a large opening to an outdoor deck on the end wall

person walking down stairs in room with exposed brick wall and hanging Edison bulb

Getting into from the avenue-experiencing north facade, 102 The Mill allocates the principal living and bedroom locations to the west aspect that faces the back garden, though the staircase and elevator shaft are set on the jap side of property. The ground floor includes a spacious entrance lobby that qualified prospects to an leisure area and a guest suite each rooms have obtain to the yard. An open up-approach residing home, kitchen area and dining region are on the first floor, and an out of doors terrace has been additional to the rear aspect. The next flooring houses the learn suite in addition to two bedrooms. The roof terrace delivers additional entertaining room.

kitchen with long black island and black cabinetry under exposed wooden ceiling with hanging Edison bulbs over the island

bathroom with gray scalloped tiles and modern white sinks with brass fixtures

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“By embracing its former manufacturing unit lifetime, The Mill manages to capture the gritty come to feel of industrial Balmain, sympathetically redefining the regular Sydney terrace household,” reads the project description. “The consequence sits with an inevitability, mixing in with its inner Sydney surroundings, yet striking forward as a jewel of present day Australian architecture.”

+ Carter Williamson Architects

Images by Brett Boardman

patio with small dining set and a large potted plant