In this condominium apartment, interior design firm Minimology finds the right balance between comfortable homeliness and luxe sophistication.
Besides a vibrant approach to the colour scheme, Shijin Design Consultancy utilised moveable and multi-purpose fixtures to make the communal zones fun and flexible.
Two years living in a residence last updated decades ago, and it was high time the clients of this residence in Prahran, Melbourne, reached out to Pipkorn & Kilpatrick for an update.
Modelled after an NYC loft, this condominium unit by Meter Square features a bold interplay of edgy textures and sleek design lines.
Glass, tinted mirrors and luxurious stones give this new build a sleek and modern contemporary look.
In this lived-in condominium unit, Chalk Architects introduced new design elements to match the old design features. The result is a contemporary home with a fresh new outlook.
High ceilings have been taken to new heights of chicness by the Poetus team. The designers have not only worked in personalised touches, but have also created unique room configurations that are tailored to their clients’ lifestyles.
What makes this resale flat stand out from the rest is the wonderful mix of industrial, vintage style influences and colour. The Poetus design team also went beyond the usual custom details by repurposing old vintage accents into charming embellishments for the cabinetry.
EHKA Studio overhauled the functionality of this two-storey penthouse apartment and now, the living room is on the upper floor while the bedrooms are on the lower floor.
A backdrop of white and woody accents blankets this resale condominium unit with a soothing, Scandi-inspired setting. To draw out a cheerful yet chic style, the designers from Story of Us utilised a uniformed flow of colours, including the homeowner’s favourite colour, blue.