It’s a fact that this Ukrainian beauty has got a neat orderly trim and a clearly organized systematic overall design while at the same time preserving comfort and warmth. No word how much the renovation went for but it surely looks like it’s worth every penny spent on it!
This creation from the MPR Design Group is an ultra modern penthouse apartment perched on top of an original Art Deco building above. The apartment boasts unbroken views of Bondi Bay and Beach. Angular windows and skylights allow the 180 square meters of living space to be bathed in masses of natural light.
The interiors largely follow a sleek and almost minimalist trend that seems absolutely apt for the apartment while the completely neutral shades offer a serene setting. The large floral design on one of the walls in the living area presents an interesting and appealing contrast as well. The bedrooms sport modern furnishings and come loaded with plenty of accessories to charm upon entering the room and the kids’ bedroom seems to incorporate an extra dash of color here and there.
Intended to serve as a luxury vacation rental spot Villa Amanzi is perfect for a typical family of seven or eight individual who are looking to have one awesome family holiday or for a bunch of friends coming to the country seeking unabated fun and endless sights and sounds.
The downstairs living area includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms – the layout is designed to be flexible allowing the owner to rearrange the floor plan to add further bedrooms. The package is completed by a spa therapy room and heated outdoor swimming pool on the terrace. The property on Halifax Street has a price tag at nearly $5 million making it one of the most expensive apartments in Adelaide.
The open plan kitchen and dining area has every facility necessary for gourmet catering including the latest appliances solid-stone worktops and a walk-in pantry. The entertainment theme is further enhanced by a fully integrated audio-visual system and synchronized speakers wired throughout the penthouse.
Unlike the modern minimalist trend this one is from an era where various shades and designs were used lavishly to create vibrant and cheerful interiors. And there is indeed nothing ‘neutral’ about the interiors here as each room seems to have its own distinctive personality and with even unusual décor like the brass pole in the kitchen and old record player that is showcased in the living room.