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A collection of only 21 residences, all generously proportioned, that are practical, light-filled and beautifully refined.
Inspired by the pioneer of modern architecture Le Corbusier, this Ewert Leaf design marries the integrity of bold materials with the subtlety and quality of genuine craftsmanship.
From slimline marble benchtops and oak flooring to custom-designed wardrobe cabinetry and locally designed lights, every element contributes to the whole aesthetic, creating great-looking homes that are a joy to live in.
The kitchens are a lesson in refinement — offering a sense of luxury without feeling opulent.
Signorino grey-veined marble benchtops are slimline, adding to the weightless yet robust quality of the kitchen designs. A combination of open and closed cabinetry — again with slimline profiles — gives buyers all the storage they could need without compromising on the generosity of the space. The warmth of the oak timber floors contrasts with dark timber veneers and fine metal detailing. Above the kitchen islands, minimalist linear pendants by Melbourne designer Alex Earl complete the picture.
The bathrooms continue the contrasting colour tones, such as the large-format white ceramic tiles juxtaposed against dark charcoal metal detailing and brushed steel hardware. Custom designed metal shelving niches have been created in the showers and above the baths echoing the form of the exterior balconies and window hoods.
Moda creates homes that are internationally influenced, yet locally sensitive. It seeks out the very best ideas and trends, taking inspiration and influences and applying them to our developments for the benefit of residents. For more information enquire today.