A Laid-Back Courtyard Kitchen in Australia
It is common for purchasers to make a wish record for their architect before a job starts. An open kitchen area, ample storage, sustainable style and design, a native garden—these were all on the task transient that architect Zoe Geyer, of ZGA Studio, been given a couple many years back from her shoppers, a youthful pair searching to establish a new addition to an previously current house in Hampton, Australia, just outdoors Melbourne. Not so prevalent? Their request for a yard racetrack.
But given that these consumers were a young pair with three boys, all beneath the age of 8, the want was totally comprehensible. It also spoke to their desire for a pleasurable, casual place, “a household wherever the children could drag the exterior inside and normally have sticky fingers,” states Geyer. “The residence was to be as comfortable as a seaside household but flexible for several various employs and levels of loved ones daily life.”
Eventually, the couple “opted out of the racetrack,” she studies. “But it would have been brilliant.” No make a difference. She fulfilled each other would like on their list—including a hardworking kitchen that is the beating coronary heart of their house.
Occur together for a tour of the contemporary new addition she designed for an outdoors-loving family members.
Pictures by Tatjana Plitt.