Melbourne developers, Neometro together with the Carr Design Group and MA Architects have created the perfect solution for those lucky enough to be considering downsizing their homes read ('no more school fees to pay'). French oak flooring, stone finishes, timber details and bold black highlights form the backbone of interior scheme along with extensive joinery and smooth rendered walls.
The success of the Walsh Street project is due in part to the creation of four homes, as opposed to apartments, in the inner Melbourne suburb of South Yarra. Each spacious home occupies an entire floor with their very own generous outdoor living space that comes with either a garden aspect or city view.
For us the highlight of the Walsh Street project is the temporary exhibition of Melbourne design together with works by international artist, Polly Borland - doesn't that cheery portrait of the Queen in her Marimekko matching cornflour blue ensemble just sum it all up??!
The powder room clad in limestone tiles.
Above: Lector Desk Lamp from Fred is Here
Above: A Portrait of Her Majesty, The Queen Elizabeth II by Polly Borland
PHOTOGRAPHY: Derek Swalwell STYLING: Nina Provan