This two-story warehouse renovation was competed with Hola Projects. The structure was gutted and then rebuilt with steel framing throughout and a modern open living layout. MRU worked closely with the Architects and clients through design changes and adaption to deliver this stunning project on time.
This multi-level residential fitout was designed by Gleeson Roberts Architects with the brief to remodel and update the house to meet the design criteria specified by the client. This project had specific finishes and design elements to be adhered to, to meet the client’s requests such as the studio within the house that featured an inspiration swing.
Residential terrace extension of a single story Victorian terrace home. This project saw the interior opened up to create a central courtyard bounded by open plan living area and a combined kitchen / dining area designed to maximise space and open into the BBQ garden area.
The Architects brief was to remodel and repurpose a number of spaces to improve flow while providing better scope for entertaining and a more functional main bedroom suite. MRU developed a preliminary cost plan and subsequently worked in conjunction with the Architect to hone the design to fit within budgetary constraints. The apartment remained occupied through construction.
MRU were approached to assist with the refurbishment of a whole floor apartment in the CBD including the addition of a balcony to the exterior of the building and refurbishment of the living area and kitchen. The client did not have a designer on board, so MRU assisted with development of a brief and appointment of Beatrix Rowe Interior Design, resulting in a revitalised contemporary apartment retaining period features of a classic old Melbourne Heritage building.