The Redfern penthouse has a spectacular 180 degree view across Moore Park, the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge and as far west as the Darling Harbour precinct. In its original condition, the apartment was both drab and dated. The bathrooms, kitchen and laundry required redesigning to open up the interior spaces to accomodate a modern way of living. This Sydney apartment interior design was renovated and project managed by Andrew Loader Design.
Our priority was to reassess with our clients the proposed use of each space and re-allocate areas accordingly. By opening up the kitchen to the living and dining room, creating a more spacious en-suite and main bathroom, installing custom made cabinetry and redesigning the laundry, we created a more open space with smart storage solutions.
We chose a 1950’s/1960s theme for the overall design concept. Automated remote control sheer curtaining was installed across the main windows providing an elegant and sophisticated look when either opened or closed. A striking porcelain tile was selected for the kitchen that reflects the light streaming through from the expansive windows that lead onto the balcony. Dark floors in a chocolate matte finish were installed to anchor the rooms and cedar panelling was used throughout in sections to add texture and to add to the retro feel.
Large form porcelain tiles in a calacatta marble pattern were installed in both bathrooms with feature wall mounted lighting and chrome fittings.
Furnishings, lighting, accessories and art were selected for this project. Several pieces of indigenous art were also selected for incorporation into the scheme.
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