We created joinery to disguise, if not hide, the large TV that had to be an exposed part of the living room, with art also playing a big role in the overall aesthetic.
Our mandate was to update and modernise the inside to match the spectacular views outside.
With uninterrupted panoramic views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, Quay West Towers are perfectly positioned in one of the city’s most sought-after enclaves. Despite its ‘penthouse’ persona, this apartment had low ceilings. We sought to maximise the height, light and views by keeping the walls white and using a tonal palette of moody greys, charcoals and dusty blues inspired by the colours of the harbour on a cloudy day.
The envelope of the apartment was stripped, walls repainted, floors refinished, window treatments and soft furnishings made, new furniture selected and art curated.
In the master bedroom, the masculine undertones of the colour palette are balanced by the serene Fornassetti wallpaper and warmth of the soft furnishings.
The result is a contemporary and paired back city pad that envelopes, nurtures and revitalises its residents.