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388 CHILLINGHAM ROAD, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE

This project entailed a full modernisation and remodelling of a 1930’s two bedroom Tyneside  flat located in a suburb of Newcastle Upon Tyne. The original layout consisted of two bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom, separate toilet and a hall. Minimalism was the design criteria to enable a living space of two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open plan lounge/kitchen.

Bathroom 1 Completed

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A bespoke mirror was installed along with rear lit LED lighting. The room can also be lit by two other light sources offering mood lighting.

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The wall hung toilet uses touchless flushing as does the water basin.

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An exposed brick wall acts as a dividing junction within the property, creating a warming ambiance.

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The furniture was created using walnut veneered engineered wood. The sink was tied in by sandwiching a piece of real walnut wood between the IR tap and sink.

 

 

WORK IN PROGRESS

OPEN PLAN LOUNGE & KITCHEN

Originally consisted of a bedroom and lounge was modernised to open plan living.

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Removed this wall

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Created one open plan living space from two rooms

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The door way allowing access to the bedroom has been hidden with a sliding wall

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The kitchen area within the lounge was constructed with steel framed carcases due to the dimension of the alcove and also the required function of sliding oven/hob on the right hand side.

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The lounge ceiling was lowered at the perimeter which left a central space allowing for a recessed lit area, with shadow gap effect.

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REAR BEDROOM

Rebuilding starts on the new rear bedroom which originally comprised of the kitchen, bathroom and separate toilet:

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The external walls were insulated with 100mm insulated plasterboard using adhesive. The internal walls and ceiling were insulated with 100mm insulation earthwool  and then dry-lined and skimmed.

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The furniture was created with 12mm solid formica to provide a durable and minimalist finish.

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Double ended centrally filled German Enamelled Steel bath.

THE HALL

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SHOWER ROOM

The shower-room was created by partitioning the very large main bedroom.

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A wall hung toilet hanger was welded to the exact specification of the space available with consideration that there was also no supporting wall available to utilise.

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