The penthouse opens on to a further 400 square meters of outdoor space with a garden heated swimming pool and entertainment areas across four terraces. The 297.3 meter Eureka Tower in Melbourne’s Southbank precinct was the world’s tallest residential tower at the time of its completion in 2006. The building has since been surpassed in height by two developments in Dubai but the Eureka is still an astonishing achievement of high-rise construction dominating the city’s skyline.
The living and dining space is the heart of the design and includes all possible objects that are so curious looking and catchy while the home study and work space has been ergonomically placed underneath the stairs to save up on some space. Paper and ceramic cartons are used lavishly in a creative fashion and are wonderful conversation starters as you step into this lovely Norwegian home.
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.
One of the most notable elements of this room however is the illuminated blue table which sheds an aquamarine glow on all surfaces close by. While something of this style would be more suited in a European discotheque than an aristocratic household it somehow fits beautifully.
The Eureka penthouse suite encompasses the entire 84th floor of the building with panoramic views of the whole metropolis and bay. The apartment extends across 660 square meters with a marble entrance lobby private elevator four bedrooms two walk-in wardrobes dressing rooms study room living and dining areas entertainment theater cocktail bar main catering kitchen separate butler kitchen and access to a six-vehicle car park.
The Elliott Ripper House is located in Rozelle and is spread across 1703 sq ft of space and comes with dozens of features that not only make it a visual treat but also a perfect example of eco-conscious structures that incorporate green features in a smart and economically feasible fashion.
This vintage 1970′s Doncaster home of designer Melissa Webb sports many design elements and interiors that you will not really find in the more contemporary homes. The use of black grey pink cream and green marble walls along with sandstone blocks with some of them even containing some amazing fossils makes this home truly one of a kind!