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102/38 Alfred St, Milsons Point

102/38 Alfred St, Milsons Point

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Item: 102A
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Redesign a 28-year-old apartment in Port Jackson Tower, Milsons Point



The Brief:
The brief was to transform an apartment build in the 1990s to a modern and efficient one to suit a family of three. A working family of adults requiring open spaces in the living areas, a quality kitchen for the avid cook in the family; a study with space for a thousand books; and state-of-the-art-fixtures and fittings.

Apartment 102:
This property had been rented for many years; the owners have since occupied it. Realizing that it needed more than just a super-ficial refurbishment; they looked for a design solution that would not only modernise the apartment but to bring its design to suit their requirements and to complement the joy of living in this fine location.


The property is a typical three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, two balconies and with two parking spaces in the basement. It is on the first floor on the south-eastern corner of the building. The living space is approximately 150 sqm. There were many 45-degree angled walls in the apartment particularly in the living/dining room separating the kitchen. A dated kitchen without ade-quate storage and in poor condition.

Design concept:
Our design team set out to reconfigure the living spaces be removing an angles brick wall separating the kitchen; redesign the kitchen with adding pantry and an island bench and much more storage space. Having a built-in extractor with twin motors to remove cooking smell externally. And finishing it with Terrazzo benchtops, copper splash-back and top of the line German appli-ances. The bathrooms, both remodeled, gone was the spa replaced by a new freestanding bath. The third bedroom redesigned as a study to fit the books, a desk, and a daybed to convert to a full bed for guests; wardrobe and the wall behind it were removed, leaving space for a utility and linen cupboard access from the hallway, and a built-in bookshelf in the study side.

There were two air conditioning units in cupboards in the property, the one that was in the main bedroom was removed together with old sliding door wardrobe, in their place, a bespoke and substantial timber veneer wardrobe was installed. The one remain-ing air conditioning system was refurbished, and the ducting redesigned to have two zones. The laundry was redesign, and floors in herringbone parquetry timber, polished black bringing much refinement to the property.


To enquire about our design and refurbishment services or this project please contact 

John Tower  

0408 216 979