Notable Dutch interior design practice Studio Piet Boon reveal their first Australian project ‘Boxshall’ in the heart of Melbourne’s Brighton.

On a corner site in one of Melbourne’s most prestigious suburbs, Studio Piet Boon have been enlisted alongside Melbourne architect Cera Stribley, landscape designers Myles Baldwin Design and developer Jacmax to establish a collection of single-level residences. The collaborative force will deliver 15 homes, including two and three-bedroom apartments and three penthouses.

With a portfolio that stretches from Europe to the United States, Korea and South Africa, Studio Piet Boon have applied their global design perspective and revered aesthetic to the Boxshall apartments. The team have developed a warm and tonal material palette with the influence of Cera Stribley’s considered design approach. High ceilings and expansive windows elevate each space, with a layout that favours entertaining and modern living.

With the expertise of Australian landscape designer Myles Baldwin, greenery will be integrated into every residence. Construction of the Boxshall residences is underway and is set to be completed by mid-2024.

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