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.
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.
Designed ever so diligently by the creative minds at Christopher Polly Architect Studio the building has given special preference to providing features that promise ample natural ventilation while keeping the home constant connected with its vibrant natural surroundings.
Sculptures that are made out of glass and stone bestow an artistic outlook to this contemporary design and the extravagant use of glass in the form of floor to ceiling windows gives those inside unobstructed views. While the lower level sports the living space and the dining area the upper level finds space for the entire owner’s suite which includes a library a piano room a master suite a refreshing spa and an inviting sundeck. A wonderful merger of form and function…
Builders Sean O’Brien and Paul Cubelic spent six years developing eight living units in a Sydney apartment block before offering them for sale. This awesome top floor penthouse which attracted a $5100000 price tag was one of them. Situated in landscaped gardens at Sydney’s McMahons Point the apartment boasts three bedrooms each opening on to the terraces that provide amazing views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
A well-appointed rooftop lounge area gives you a specious gathering area for celebrations or a relaxing time beneath the stars. The dark wood beneath your feet invites you to shed your shoes and socks and soak up the warmth of the sun captured by the flooring.
The design seems to be a beautiful amalgamation of the classic and the modern as the ground floor has a more open structure thanks to the extravagant use of glass in the form of floor to ceiling windows while the top floor offers privacy and a closed space for the bedroom and the bathrooms.