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The interiors are founded on a contemporary high-contrast palette, where light oak floors balance charcoal-coloured panelling to create elegant spaces. Pietra Natuca marble was selected as a stylish highlight, used to form the kitchen and bathroom benchtops.
Inspired by European design, Malvern Residences features a collection of natural, high-quality finishes that are not only visually lush but also beautiful to touch. Classic proportions are executed with a contemporary feel, as the interplay of contrasting interiors is consistent throughout the project. Light renderings and dark stones work in harmony to create stunning residences that provide brilliant canvases for future homeowners to colour with their favourite artworks and most prized possessions.
At the core of the house, the kitchen is treated with an impeccable level of detail featuring a marble island bench that centres the space, with allocated room for seating to promote interaction among residents and their guests. European appliances from Miele and high-end, Australian-made tapware from Brodware raise the space to an inspiring setting, ideal for bringing culinary masterpieces to life.
Connecting interiors with the outdoor landscape remained a top priority throughout the design process – natural light fills spaces with high ceilings, maximised as it travels through full-height glazed windows and reflects off bright white walls into joyous spaces. These havens of luxurious rejuvenation incorporate ensuites, walk-in wardrobes, and butler’s pantries in selected apartments. A marble-topped vanity bench with an undermount basin is found in Malvern Residences’ bathrooms, alongside a white, freestanding bath that contrasts with heated towel racks and opulent bronzed tapware.
“Malvern Residences is a project that steers away from trends. Clean form design combines with classic materials to make way for homes distinguished by unique spaces.” — Paul Conrad of Conrad Architects.
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