Having worked on some of the most prestigious residences across Melbourne and regional Victoria in her time with Coco Republic Interior Design, Stephanie Sanders, lead for the commercial design team, can appreciate the opportunity that Huntingtower Road presents.
She comments, “We were attracted by the architecture of the project, and in particular the attention to detail in the interior was designed with natural light, scale and elegance as overarching concept. The Coco Republic aesthetic suited the project beautifully and we delivered homely touches to this graceful and timeless residence.”
Coco Republic commercial and residential Senior Interior Designer Rohan Smith shares his vision for the scheme, pairing sophisticated design elements with high end pieces from our collections.
Rohan explains, “The client brief for the fit out at Huntingtower Road was to produce a fresh, contemporary scheme that would appeal to a variety of age groups. The architecture at Huntingtower Road is very distinct, so the pieces had to complement- but not detract from the architectural features inside and out.”
He continues, “The scheme features pieces with interesting textural elements such as the burnt timber finish of the Asha charred timber console and the antiqued mirror seen in the Arden coffee table. These finishes combined with the natural upholstery fabrics result in a scheme that is more about interest that is provided through the inherent qualities in natural finishes rather than through colour. The same applies to the architecture with its beautiful wide timber floors, marble bathroom and kitchen counter tops and feature fireplace stone.
“My favourite piece is the Aleka Table Lamp seen in the master bedroom. The black marble base adds another natural surface and the dome shade echoes the striking arched black steel frames windows seen throughout the development.”
See the full project on our Interior Design portfolio here.