Malcolm Walker HouseIndustrial Kitchen

This solid home in Auckland’s St Mary’s Bay is one of the oldest in Auckland. It is said to have been built by a sea captain, constructed from the bricks he had brought from England as a ballast in his ship. Architect Malcolm Walker has extended the house and renovated the existing spaces to bring light and open informality into this heavy, enclosed historical residence. Photography: Conor Clarke.

Photo of an industrial kitchen with flat-panel cabinets, stainless steel cabinets, concrete benchtops, stainless steel appliances, medium hardwood floors and brown floor. —  Houzz
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