Peas in a PodContemporary Hall, Sydney

Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary hallway in Sydney. —  Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to 28 Little Spots in the Home Used Well7 April 2021

5. Sydney, NSWDesigner: CplusC Architectural Workshop

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Vanessa Walker added this to Best of the Week: 41 Great Under-Stairs Ideas5 November 2018

7. Location: Sydney, NSWDesigner: CplusC Architectural WorkshopFeatures: Another area for kids to play in, with the all-important ‘Adults, keep out!’ factor.

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Georgia Madden added this to A Large Family Home Where Imaginations Run Free21 June 2018

And the study nook?Secondary spaces often get overlooked, but we sought to investigate them thoroughly here to see what value they could bring to the occupants. We converted the under-stair space between the ground and first floors, along the common circulation space, into a retreat or study nook. The western red cedar-lined nook with concealed LED lighting became a place to sit, relax or escape (for kids and adults alike).

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Georgia Madden added this to An Architect Reveals: 3 Things I Wish My Clients Knew8 August 2017

Obviously if the estimate proves to be wrong it is highly unlikely that the architect-builder will be awarded the construction of their project, or any further design work.

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Rebecca Gross added this to Innovation Alert: The Possibilities of LED Strip Lighting17 March 2017

Cons of LED Strip LightingIf an LED needs replacing, it may require the whole set to be replaced rather than only one light bulb.If one or two lights burn out before the others, the effect can be patchy. In addition, as the lights degrade over time, their brightness may become undependable and inconsistent.

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Simon Farrell-Green added this to What to Build Under the Stairs11 May 2016

Create a playroom for the kidsThink ‘room under the stairs for the children’ and the wrong connotations come up (Harry Potter being one of the first to come to mind). But as this house in Sydney shows, you can quite happily make a place for sitting and playing that feels like a retreat from the rest of the world – the beauty of this space, of course, is that you could quite happily sit here with a book and a cup of coffee and hide from the children instead…

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HouzzAU added this to Meet the 2016 Best of Houzz Winners17 January 2016

Many people find themselves stumped with what to do with the space under the stairs. This clever design by CplusC Architectural Workshop in Sydney shows how to have fun with an otherwise wasted space.

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Adam Hobill : Design added this to 7 Renovating Lessons You Don’t Want to Learn the Hard Way1 June 2015

Instead of spending a lot of money trying to make the problem area disappear altogether, or ignoring the space and trying to ‘live with it’, consider how you can repurpose it and highlight its uniqueness – it may well become your favourite part of the design and a talking point for all those who see it.More nifty in-between nooks

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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rgutter added this to Langley Woods10 August 2021

Love this nook and the organic shape of it

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Smeeta Coelho added this to Smeeta's Ideas1 August 2021

Love this in the entry way to put shoes on

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Audrey Messier added this to Mathilde13 July 2021

Le trou est vraiment hot! On peut relaxer sans problème.

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C G added this to House8 June 2021

Surprise house feature, thinking / chill space