There are several architectural elements combined here as its architects Pencil Office had taken up the challenge of creating a lavish retreat that will also encompass several eco-friendly features and will offer both beautiful views of the landscape while guarding privacy of those behind the giant floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
This superb penthouse apartment is spread across two floors and flanked on all sides with expansive balconies offering a 360-degree panorama of the surrounding Adelaide inner city. The penthouse extends over 700 square meters featuring two floors of living space with the emphasis firmly on high-class entertainment. The upstairs area includes a movie theater with luxury seating a billiards room complete with library kitchen facilities and a fully equipped gym.
A 300 square meters of charming Ukrainian delight is what has created for Azovskiy & Pahomova Architects. With a highly fashionable interior lovely milky white walls and spacious rooms with contemporary furniture this luxury apartment is all about comfort exemplified in a modern fashion. But the design is not merely about the appealing aesthetics as it demonstrates how one can bring a light and airy feel to a small apartment space without cluttering it unnecessarily and expansively.
With a limestone wall and natural green canopy forming an inviting and understated entrance the home opens up into an impressive and spacious structure. Vaulted living space and water-bound exteriors are a few of the many unique features of this multi-million dollar structure that seems in serene agreement with its surroundings.
Finally this is one of the most desirable penthouses in Australia and at $20 million it’s also one of the most expensive. The apartment sits atop The Hyde on Liverpool Street a luxury 35-floor complex designed by WOHA Architects. Sydney-based architectural partners Archer + Wright won the commission to design the penthouse to the very highest specification. It encompasses a massive 570 square meters of internal space
Walk past this conversation starter and you will be struck by the open design of the home that employs large floor to ceiling glass windows. The generous use of wood gives the residence an inviting look while also acting as great natural insulating material.
If you wish to own a home that takes you back in time even if it is only for a tad bit then this is a fine option. Especially considering that it is a home in the beautiful city of Melbourne. Nestled in the resort island of Sentosa in Singapore this is all about merging smart features of design with a modern retreat that will offer its residents some panoramic views without compromising on their privacy.