Bruce Henderson Architects are designing the most opulent apartment complex in Melbourne. The Muse will be a boutique collection of luxury homes nestled between the Royal Botanic Gardens and Albert Park Lake.

 


St Kilda, VIC

Team
Design by Bruce Henderson Architects.
Interiors by Bruce Henderson Interiors.
Photography by Shannon McGrath.


 

"We have strived to deliver spaces that are opulent and grand without compromising on function." Said Charlotte Henderson, Director at Bruce Henderson Interiors. "Everything has been designed with intent and purpose."
 

In our humble opinion, these spaces deliver on that promise – and then some. With high ceilings and rooms that are flooded with natural light, these apartments have a Park Avenue feeling. The homes have dramatic, sweeping lines and the highest quality finishes and fixtures throughout. 


She told CEO Magazine, "Our phrase going into the design was question everything - the materials, designs - and push the limits to a point which hasn't been seen before to create an iconic building for Melbourne."


Rogerseller consultants worked closely with the design team to curate a selection of sumptuous tapware, showers, accessories and sanitaryware.



The vanities in the palatial bathrooms are given a modern Italianate touch with the option of Fantini Venezia tapware. A hexagonal outlet in a tall, swooping shape plays off a range of lavish handles – our favourite is the jet-black Murano glass.


The Fantini Venezia collection, designed to embody the style and elegance of Venetian architecture and society, also pops up in accessories made with glamorous materials like black crystal and gold plate.


A more playful, but no less luxurious, option is also offered. The Fantini Icona Deco tapware offers softer lines and a sensual feel. With a commitment to ergonomic principles and a weighty, organic aesthetic, this tapware lets residents show a more understated side. Relatively speaking, of course. 
 

Catalano Sfera Rimless toilets give the bathrooms uninterrupted clean lines, as they’re hung directly onto the marble-tiled wall and are paired with a hidden cistern. The pan is finished with Cataglaze, a unique glazing agent which prolongs the life of the ceramic while creating a complete bacteria-proof barrier to the ceramic surface. 

The Muse will redefine the meaning of luxury for decades and we’re proud to see Rogerseller collections throughout the homes.

 

Shop the look:

Fantini Venezia Tapware, Claybrook Skye Baths and AboutWater Fukasawa Showers.