This year we’ve had the immense pleasure of working with some incredible clients, designers and craftspeople. These projects are not only our favourites but some of the best interiors of the year.
South Melbourne, VIC
A love affair with contemporary European design saw this Victorian terrace transform into bright and open living space. Bold lines and cutting-edge elegance find context in the Victorian bones, and natural materials in shades of greys and whites knit the open-plan spaces together.
"The Valcucine kitchens are really state-of-the-art. The quality is unsurpassable, and there are wonderful moments of surprise when you open a drawer and experience beautiful timber or glass detailing – everything is thought of."
Elissa King – Sanders & King
Cg Design Studio embraced the gentle curves of the original architecture to transform this once subdued building into a bright and luxurious home. The riverside suburb near Brisbane’s CBD was the perfect setting for a project that took the industrial bones of the space and transformed them in a cohesive space with languid lines and gentle curves.
Huntleys Cove, NSW
Mark Szczerbicki Design Studio put together a masterclass in the use of natural finishes in the bathrooms of this home in Huntleys Cove, NSW. These bathrooms are dream spaces that feel at once grounded and feather light.
St Kilda, VIC
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.