|||||||||The design needed to be sympathetic to the architecture, while instilling an eclectic and modern identity|Varying shades of timber create a striped floor in the bar with rogue lines zooming off|Custom-made cabinets in the kitchen echo the floor pattern|The furniture was specified and custom made to blend with the flooring|The colours of the ‘pixelated’ carpet were lifted from the palette of the architecture|Carpet tiles in the upstairs foyer, kitchen and dressing rooms are more vibrant, and used creatively to form patterns and demarcate areas|Carpet tiles in the upstairs foyer, kitchen and dressing rooms are more vibrant, and used creatively to form patterns and demarcate areas|Makkink & Bey’s intention was to complement the ornamentation rather than overpower it||
16 Mar 2015

Studio Makkink & Bey transform historic theatre

Words by Jenny Brewer

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