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.
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
On the top floor is a ‘Planter Screen’ which acts as a wall that ensures privacy while also growing little shrubs and vegetation which bring freshness to the home. The Maximum Garden House itself was designed with the specific purpose of letting the parents in the house keep a constant eye on the kids even if they are not in the same room.
This glorious balcony forms part of the luxury penthouse on the top floor of Space Apartments in East Perth. The balcony and outdoor kitchenette area cover 100 square meters while the internal living space spreads over 221 square meters with four large bedrooms study room and entertainment theater. The apartment comes with two car bays and offers easy walking access to Perth’s Swan River and Royal Street Café Precinct.
Maybe it is just nostalgia or maybe the fact that one can never go back in time revisit the memories of the past but everyone of us is fond of those ‘wonder years’ of the past. And this home in Melbourne might well have that same allure for many who might look back at times that were simpler but also happier.
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.
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.