The captivatingly beautiful spaces within this contemporary apartment are designed and styled with a neutral palette and restrained use of colour but enriched with layers of texture and the very clever use of natural elements giving the owners a truly relaxing haven to return home to at the end of a busy day. Designed by architects Woods Bagot the apartment is located in the inner city suburb of Carlton in Melbourne Australia. Owners Eddie Kaul and Richa Pant engaged the assistance of renowned interior designer Hamish Guthrie and his talented team at Hecker Guthrie to give this beautiful home a sense of harmony, light and a distinct Nordic flavour by selecting the perfect combination of furniture, lighting and artwork to reflect Eddie & Richa’s unique personalities and drawing from them new and exciting pathways of inspiration. Photography by Eve Wilson. Original story via The Style Files.
Mim Design based in Melbourne Australia is an interior design firm with a team of talented young designers and stylists creating outstanding new residential and commercial projects including this fabulous apartment by Megan Rawson.
Crisp Street offers premium residential living in the heart of Melbourne’s Bayside. Inspired by its coastal proximity this apartment reflects a composition of contemporary living zones that builds on a softened monochrome palette. This balance is punctuated with furnishings in blue-greys and dusky pinks with accents of coral and copper. Set back a block from the beach, the client brief inevitably called for a design that captured the coastal positioning while portraying an understated and modern elegance relevant to city living. The driving inspiration was to create an interior that was a comfortable home within a busy apartment dwelling. Therefore, efficient space planning and clever design devises were key to maximising this clean lined, coastal interior.
With the consideration of spatial layout, also came the attention to material selection and furniture. This needed to look aesthetically beautiful, remain within budget but also overcome the needs of small space living. Quality fixtures and finishes throughout the apartments ensured a refined edge. The washed timber flooring created an overall polished, simple and timeless feel throughout, whilst the custom created, white powder-coated, ‘bam-bam’ handles and custom ‘slot’ basins ensured the apartment had personality. Close consideration was given to how each element worked towards the resident’s overall use and enjoyment of the space. Both the palette and furniture items were selected to ensure the interior flowed in proportion and with design sense.
Crisp Street pushed the Mim team to work within the proportions of a multi-residential dwelling, all the while ensuring the interior décor formed a unique personality and maintained an individualistic appeal. Using a layered approach, the curated selection of Australian artworks created a bold and colourful break amongst the otherwise soft and subdued colour scheme. Locally sourced finishes ensured a sustainable outcome, whilst a simple aesthetic philosophy, meant the palette and materials felt clean and relaxed throughout. Mim worked alongside developers BPM to ensure the interior made good use of the client’s wishes to weave the seaside charm into this elegantly furnished home. It was important the interior resulted in an inspiring space that hosts a genuine balance between Bayside and practical city living.
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Furniture and furnishings include :
· Seb armchair and Hendrix stool from Jardan
· ML90 sofa, &tradition Raft table and Raft stool from Great Dane Furniture
· Marsotto side table from Hub Furniture
· Gubi Grasshopper lamp from Cult
This is a 3D marketing campaign for Stryntrappa, a Norwegian company designing and producing stairs. When shooting stairs you need lots of space, which can often be a challenge especially in the narrow hallways where stairs are usually placed, and it becomes quite expensive to build up these environments in the real world, so design agency Elle mElle collaborated with 3D studio Pikcells and interior stylist Susanne Swegen to create a series of amazing digital renderings to explore various solutions.
Jewellery designer Lucy Folk opened her first boutique in Crossley Street, Melbourne in 2012. The unique concept store was designed by Melbourne architectural firm Inglis Architects. Folk has gained acclaim for her irreverent range of fine jewellery, which melds the incongruous partners of food and fashion to charming affect. Folk’s work renders everyday food items in delicate precious metals for witty, kitsch accessories that have gained the designer a cult following. Past collections have included pendants modelled on pretzels, pasta and tortilla chips, and have struck a chord internationally, with Folk’s range being picked up by stockists including Collette in Paris, Harvey Nichols in London and Oak in New York. See Lucy’s entire jewellery range here. And read about how a vision became a beautiful retail space here.