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Resort Penthouse - Multi Residential Development

A 2 level apartment over a café in a Melbourne shopping strip for an always-out couple adapting to twin girls in their life. The idea was to bring their friends to them and for the girls to live in an urban playground; a festive form of nesting.

The client is a plumber, building his own home, so the apartment was conceived as a constructed interior. Interior space & furnishings have been deliberately integrated using exterior building materials to bring their urban playground inside.

If the overall effect is slightly 70's, this is perhaps due to the crafted, earthy and sybaritic nature of the spaces and materials rather than any overt references, though the conversation pit is a bit of a giveaway.

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Country: Australia
Postcode: 3121
Resort Penthouse Bedroom
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Spotted Gum timber lined walls & bathroom duckboards, white polished concrete floors and ceiling, private courtyard. -photo by Jane McDougall
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Resort Penthouse Conversation Pit
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70's inspired shag pile and white leather conversation pit in the parent's retreat Photo by Jane McDougall
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Exterior view of rear of 2 storey penthouse apartment. Real Estate Agent's photo.
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Circular cut out bluestone aquarium, blown glass pendant lights, Spotted Gum lined walls, white polished concrete floor, inbuilt furniture. Real Estate Agent's photo.
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Circular conversation pit and hanging fireplace to this parents retreat living area linked to outdoor entertaining roof deck. Real Estate Agent's photo.
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