Our Eva Ceramic Laundry Trough (SBC-620) was featured in a Houzz tour and we couldn’t help but share this gorgeous Melbourne based project with you!
“Ben is a mad keen scuba diver so this room was designed so that he can clean off all his wet and sandy equipment and hang up his wetsuit after a session in the bay,” Fuscaldo says.
“While Pippa and Ben lived and worked in London for three years, their tiny, unrenovated worker’s cottage lay waiting patiently for their return. The single-storey existing abode managed to squish in two bedrooms, a living room, and tiny kitchen and bathroom, but the couple craved more space so they called on Nest Architects to help them come up with a plan of action. They wanted the two bedrooms and bathroom moved upstairs, and the downstairs rejigged to include a study and utility room, along with a light-filled kitchen and living room. With such a small space with which to work, not to mention strict building regulations, architects Imogen Pullar and Emilio Fuscaldo had their work cut out for them.”