Australian Architect Shows the Benefits of Customization
In this episode of Houzz TV Live, Australian architect Rebecca Naughtin speaks with Olivia Stuckey of the Houzz communications team. Naughtin highlights several home renovations in which customization played a large role. For one home, Naughtin designed a curved brick wall to follow a bend in the property line.
In another, she created a custom countertop (called a bench in Australia) that juts out from the kitchen to keep guests out of the cooking zone. For a client she met through Houzz, Naughtin designed custom floating cabinetry (called joinery) to maximize storage in a living room. And in another project, she designed a cozy nook beneath a staircase for a family dog.
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