NNH Residence by Mim Design

  • Mim Design and Emma Tulloch Architects bring understated luxury to this Malvern home, designed for sophisticated family living.

    The Mim Design team are no stranger to designing inspiring family homes with a strong emphasis on authenticity and timeless accents. Home to the director of McLaren Developments, NNH Residence affirms this approach, where sleek architectural details are softened by grand curves and custom finishes.

    A considered collaboration between Mim Design, Emma Tulloch Architects and the client, NNH Residence demonstrates fastidious detail, paired with an eye for statement art and objects. 

    The living room features the Solveig Floor Lamp, designed by Avril de Pastre for Ligne Roset and the Gender Armchair, designed by Patricia Urquiola for Cassina.

    Located on a tree-lined street in Malvern, the home makes an impression from the street with its monolithic, angular proportions. The exterior palette was selected as an “unapologetic desire for a strong and rigorous contemporary architectural resolution,” architect Emma Tulloch says. “The black curves soften the more monumental feeling of the stonework and seamlessly connect one surface to the next.”

    As seen in the St Ninian’s Residence, a compelling staircase with a generous skylight above in the home’s entryway immediately juxtaposes the strong exterior, setting the tone for the contemporary interiors to follow. 

    Rich chocolate timber panels characterise the walls of the hallway, reflected in the kitchen. A solid marble slab forms a sweeping curve in the island bench, married with streamlined cabinetry, integrated appliances and contemporary black accents, to create a sculpturally-sophisticated entertaining area. The Series 430 Dining Chairs from Verpan add a playful touch of colour and elegance to the dining space.

    Chocolate timber veneers in Metro by Elton Group cleverly conceal the kitchen appliances.

    Adjoining the kitchen space, the dining setting features the Series 430 Chairs by Verpan.

    The living room is a cosy place to be, with an inbuilt fireplace, abundance of storage and views to the manicured garden and inground pool. Off the hallway, fluted glass doors segregate the formal lounge and home office from the rest of the home. In the master bathroom, natural stone clads the walls, hob bath and benchtop, gently contrasted with a cornered feature wall of smaller, pleated tiles.

    Maintaining the home’s connection between the interior and exterior, Mim Design and Emma Tulloch Architects have demonstrated a commitment to luxurious design resolution in the NNH Residence.

    The formal lounge features the Togo Fireside Chair by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne roset.

    Outdoor furniture in this space includes the Grillage chair for Ligne Roset.

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