Distinctive archways and a tranquil green setting build a luxurious bespoke home exterior in the historic suburb of Armadale, Australia, which is in fact ten separate apartments. Created by developer
This stunning property is surrounded in greenery, and it is designed to become even more fully immersed in time as plants cascade down the facade. The hanging plants will eventually form a living veil across the great arched doors and windows, embracing the homeowners with the garden.
The 900 millimetre deep arches in the enchanting
The colonnade adds architectural grandeur, and interacts magically with sunlight that comes gently dappled through the birch trees. A round
The apartments gain extension through connectivity to a private garden. This free flowing indoor-outdoor living style corresponds fittingly with many of the large homes on the street.
Bespoke linen curtains fit the wide windows, to gently shade the interiors from direct sunlight when desired.
Steel cased glass creates a contemporary look across the European-style loggia.
The peacefully uncomplicated landscape design is intended to draw the home owners to the outdoor space, where they might potter and cultivate their version of an indoor-outdoor lifestyle.
Inside this unique development, the designers have created high-quality living environments with a wonderfully tranquil air to match the serene setting. The interior design carries through the curvy architectural motif, creating cohesivity through rounded decor details like the
The materiality of the apartments’ exterior also carries across the wide window reveals into the interior, to pull in some of the garden’s light essence.
An elegant L-shaped sofa design hems in the lounge arrangement, stylishly separating it from the rest of the open plan living space. A wide grey area rug cements the room zoning. One single green scatter cushion encompasses the garden view’s own accent colour into the scheme, and ties the sofa in with a variety of indoor plants around the room.
Large decorative vases adorn the
Two separate living areas are arranged over the split level; four steps ascend from the stunning lounge kitchen diner combo into a second sitting room.
A modern minimalist
An ice white kitchen arrangement quietly lines the back of the space, allowing the main marble event to retain the spotlight.
Blank expanses provide opportunity for personal galleries of fine artwork.
Steel cased glass doors swing wide into the green courtyard to take in the morning air and the day’s first light.
The bedroom has been decorated in soothing tones of white, grey and beige. A purple
Made-to-measure wardrobes are installed along one entire wall of the bedroom to ensure that storage space is never an issue.
A valet stand with a seat stands poised between two arches.
In the bathroom, a freestanding oval
A huge round mirror takes curves to the wall of the white bathroom, where it is set centrally above a
Sliding doors give entry to a shower area.
The carved undercut
The larger two-level apartments have the duality of framed views of the courtyard and the outstretched treetops. These particular homes also feature three metre high ceilings, stone fireplaces and built-in cellars.
Residents are able to enjoy the safety and the freedom of a ‘lock up and leave’ lifestyle.
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