Kosloff Architecture has designed Gatwick Private Hotel in Victoria, Australia.
This project converts two empty shells to create a single-family home where two key drivers formed the conceptual framework for the design – a plan that could support different modes of occupation over time, and detailed response to the complex history of the site.
A detailed analysis of the internal existing building fabric to identify how the remnants of the existing interior materiality could be sympathetically reinterpreted in the fit-out was undertaken at the outset.
"This identified elements that could be effectively juxtapositioned against new interventions to retain a meaningful sense of the original interiors," added designers Kosloff Architecture.
Designer: Kosloff Architecture
Project: Gatwick Private Hotel