Olea Residences – Kambrook Road, Caulfield North
Classic soft tones feature throughout the spacious apartment and townhouse interiors. Quality details ranging from timber cabinetry through to natural limestone benchtops will give the residences a luxurious finish. Apartment upgrades such as sophisticated rose copper tapware are available to prospective buyers. Design elements have been selected to promote a sense of luxury. A classic opulent finish has been created through external and internal finishes specified and they are applied in a contemporary way.
Nelson Bourke – Nelson Street, Ringwood
Planned construction of 111 residential apartments over 2 buildings, with both buildings sharing a common ground floor, over a two-level basement carpark. The sleek, contemporary architecture of Nelson Bourke breaks new ground for Ringwood. Centrally located, just metres away from Eastland Shopping Centre. Beautifully designed, these luxurious, light-filled multi-residential apartments are expertly arranged around a central boulevard, a green sanctuary, replete with water features and an air of tranquillity. Modern living at its finest. Impeccably designed and luxuriously finished. Extra large spaces with low maintenance outdoor entertaining.
Glass Creek – Balwyn Road, Balwyn North
Set on a corner site in leafy Balwyn North, C&K Architecture’s Glass Creek development was designed to merge into the neighbouring streetscape. Glass Creek boasts striking materials providing the finest quality in finishes and fittings also incorporated into the interior design. The interior apartments have been carefully designed with attention to detail to communicate a discreet luxury. The kitchens enjoy generous stone benchtops and splashbacks with tailored veneered joinery complemented with integrated Miele appliances. Bathrooms and ensuites feature elegant porcelain tiles, double vanities, a stylish freestanding bath and custom joinery providing extra storage.
Alma Road, St Kilda East
Middle Burke – Burke Road, Camberwell
Floor to ceiling windows and open balconies flood each space with natural light, while a neutral palette balanced by quality timber offers a sophisticated and timeless aesthetic. Careful attention and consideration to all aspects of the interior detail was required in an effort to respect and reflect the classic heritage of the neighbourhood surrounds whilst applying a complimentary modern interpretation to the finishes.
For these reasons the style great “Ralph Lauren” inspired the overall quality feel to the public spaces of the development’s interior, which is designed to provide a sense of elegant luxury. The play of light and reflection further contribute to the journey through these spaces with the use of Dulux paint, mirrors and lighting. The classic understated colour palette was the primary selection by our interior designer to overarch all other elements of finishes, producing a timeless canvas to build upon. The choice of natural lime stone applied in a French lay pattern and residential corridor flooring of an Interface custom carpet tile with a mix of three patterns complement the paint colours, continuing to build layers of sophistication.
Elwood 47 – Ormond Esplanade, Elwood
C&K Architecture has set new interior design benchmark standards with the detailed work completed for the boutique apartment development at 47 Ormond Esplanade, Elwood. Set in a premier location with stunning views of the Elwood foreshore, this seaside nirvana includes superior features and finishes, envoking a wonderful sense of ambience. The open plan space is an entertainer’s dream. Each of the 17 apartments boast luxury Rogerseller fittings, Miele appliances and bespoke doorware and tapware. In addition to the custom finishes, natural stone was also incorporated into this well considered design.
71 Elizabeth – Elizabeth Street, Malvern
Set in Melbourne’s prestigious suburb Malvern, all apartments have been designed to provide luxurious, spacious living areas and are beautifully presented with the finest quality in finishes and fittings. The grand custom designed kitchens boast striking veneer joinery and a generous benchtop and splashback finished with Quantum Quartz. Clean lines, flush walls and skirting boards were achieved by recessing the skirting boards. Oversized living areas designed for added luxury. Clever interior design focussing on the finer details delivered a high quality result incorporating standard products without compromise.
Pomeroy Pacific Offices- Claremont Street, South Yarra
The new Pomeroy Pacific Headquarters were designed to fit within some 300 square meters of open space, on the fourth floor, of a brand new office building in South Yarra. While the reception area and the two Director’s offices maintained the art deco expression, the Project Management area and other public spaces were designed using the very latest Herman Miller and Steelcraft furniture, partition and lighting systems.
Particularly noteworthy were the HM My Space office pods which had just been released by Herman Miller at the time of design development and were showcased in Pomeroy Pacific for the first time anywhere outside the US. To make the internal space of the reception area more welcoming as part of the interior design, C&K Architecture designed an illuminated stained glass ceiling and arched backdrop to the reception desk, setting the tone and backdrop for some wonderful pieces selected or designed by a celebrated Los Angeles design firm of Hendrix Allardyce.
Holiday Residence Somers, Australia
The interiors are understated, consisting of painted plaster walls and bleached, wide timber floor-boards. The veneers used for the room-doors and the exposed joinery are also of a bleached variety giving the overall interior design the feel of driftwood and sand. The use of azure glass tiles and pale woods in the bathrooms further underscores the beach and bush feeling of its location.
The Istana – Multi-Residential Apartments, Melbourne
Originally titled “Dynasty Melbourne”, the development was more fittingly renamed “The Istana” (Istana being Malay for Palace). High levels of detail were required with emphasis on execution and finish using cues from oriental and art-deco architecture resulting in a sense of opulence and luxury. Feng Shui principles and Chinese good luck symbols were incorporated. The interiors marry seamlessly with the contemporary exterior with the use of art deco pull handles on door fittings and dynamic marble for the “red carpet” entry.