Dale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture

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Business Description
Dale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture (DJE) is a studio-based design practice committed to the art of architecture, urban and interior design.

DJE blends 28 years of project experience with constant design innovation.

The practice offers exceptionally designed high-end, ‘architecturally awarded’ projects or successfully orchestrated commercial projects. We believe in design excellence, innovation, professionalism and service.

Certification and Awards
DJE has been the recipient of nine Royal Australian Institute of Architects national and state awards, numerous industry awards and an international award from the USA.
Potts Point, NSW AU 
Dale Jones-Evans 
110 Brougham Street
Potts Point, New South Wales 2011
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7 Ways the Great Australian Landscape Can Inspire Your Colour Scheme

Here's how to use the colours in the sand, sun, sea and bush to create an interior that sits in harmony with its surroundings Full Story
     Comment   August 25, 2014
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The world is full of colour and I love to draw on the experience of travel to see how it is used in different countries and and use these environments of city, country, deserts, mountains, sand and sea, which of course we have in Australia too. Of course I also love to look at decors in all varieties of buildings, commercial and domestic to help spread my imagination to add a little wow factor to my home and this make it so much easier to also see this through Houzz. Love both the US and new Oz version.
Am renovating at present and using the beautiful trees I see through all my windows as the main feature, these and other garden shades, present a complete colour palette.
September 7, 2014 at 11:28AM     
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Isobelle Pover-Leong
Love the yellows, we can see these in the Springtime bushland flowers.
September 8, 2014 at 3:49AM   
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Dale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture now has a photo featured in an ideabook

Kitchen Layouts Laid Out: The Galley Kitchen

A galley kitchen is long and narrow, but its clever configuration means that it's a highly functional space in which to cook and entertain Full Story
     Comment   August 23, 2014
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8 years ago I bought an existing house with my first galley kitchen. The kitchen concept was great, as I seriously dislike corner cupboards. I have since replaced the kitchen with a new and better version of the old one. The old one was full of doors, the new is all draws except for the overhead cupboards. The main problem with the old kitchen was the width between the benches, at just under 1000mm, which meant the open doors of the fridge or dish washer were difficult to move around. The new kitchen island is 1150mm between benches, and it makes all the difference with more than one person in the kitchen. In the old kitchen, power to the dishwasher in the island section came down from the ceiling through a narrow full width wall section at one end, which became a large visual block to the open plan area. The new kitchen used the same basic layout for appliances to minimise costs. The floor changed from vinyl to tiles so we took this opportunity to create a narrow trench in the slab floor to carry the electrical cable in conduit to the island bench, before the new tiles went down. By moving the small pantry to the adjoining alcove in the dining area, we now have a lovely 770mm either side of the hot plates in the recess between the oven and fridge in lieu of the 500mm on one side and none on the other, (I think a hot plate jammed up against a side wall is now illegal), it was definitely uncomfortable for cooking. The island bench increased in width from 700mm to 900mm which allowed for a decent overhang for the centre breakfast bar and overhang at both ends for addition breakfast bars. The new 900mm wide pantry has a double electrical outlet and a tv jack from it's previous use as a tv cabinet space, which is handy for electrical appliances. Note the great IKEA trivets either side of the hotplates, they protect the laminate and provide a quick put down spot for hot items to cool. Thanks.
August 30, 2014 at 4:51AM   
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before pic of old kitchen
August 30, 2014 at 5:14AM   
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