Brighton House

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Brighton House is a 1970’s Gilford Bell Design.

The Client and SJB Architects envisaged retaining the major original Gilford Bell architectural elements consisting of archways and central spiral staircase and incorporating complementary new architectural design.

One of the main goals of the project was to re-plan the space for greater efficiency incorporating a large indoor/outdoor area.

As a result, this increased the air conditioning complexity and reduced the space for plant items and ductwork.

Close co-ordination with the Architect was required to overcome these spatial restrictions.

In addition, the visual aspects of the mechanical outlets were highly detailed and discreetly integrated within the very modern environment.

The collaboration between SJB Architects and Medland Metropolis resulted in a magnificently stylish home and comfortable living environment.