Thursday, January 21, 2010

phorm interiors latest project...kangaroo point apartment

Teak and New Guinea Rose wood, oversized bold print and clean, simple lines pay tribute to a 'Mid-Century' aesthetic in our recent refurbishment of this Kangaroo Point river front apartment.

A light, architectural and structured hand was adopted for the design of this apartment, incorporating large areas of panelled walls, detailed timber ceiling features and designer lighting. Furnishings replicate the design framework with minimal lines and an uncomplicated spatial layout.

A built-in dining area with banquette seating, floor to ceiling cabinetry and a simple charcoal & white palette of hard finishes work together to provide an overall feeling of a space 'left open'.

Project Design and Management: Steven Stewart and Ian Wrightson (Phorm Interiors)
Lighting Design: Darren Guyett (Euroluce) & Ian Wrightson (Phorm Interiors)
Kitchen & Joinery: Gavin Fook and Richard Yeowart (Dimensions by Design)
Builders: Shane Beetson & Michael Kostric (One Choice)

(Photography by Kylie Hood)

1 comment:

Dale said...

Fantastic job as always guys. I love the idea of banquette seating off the kitchen.