Apartments in Zetland

We focused on creating a sleek and contemporary design featuring colour schemes and an aesthetic inspired by the worlds of fashion and art. Pop colours such as emerald green and orange were used to create an uplifting environment and we paired them with neutral shades such as white, grey and beige for contrast. We used a variety of materials to add different textures and points of interest to the space and chose sculptural lighting fixtures and mirrors for an artistic touch. We included sustainable elements whenever possible, whether it was in the choice of materials or energy-efficient appliances, to reduce the carbon footprint.

By using colours and a visual style that was more in line with the lifestyle and interests of Millennials, we were able to tailor a residential design to a growing target market. The marketing and branding expertise that we bring to our projects is what sets us apart.

There is no better time than now to design for the younger generation. Sydney opened its borders to international students and skilled migrants in December 2021, before its borders were opened to all fully vaccinated visitors in February 2022. This will boost the demand for housing and will have an influence on the type of residential property that will be built in major cities.

Colours are a powerful tool to attract specific demographics as all generations have their own distinctive beliefs, ideals and history shaped around specific colours and shapes.

For these residential apartments in Zetland, the development came with ample lifestyle amenities and the design was based on vibrant colour schemes and sustainability — all to attract millennial buyers.

Crafting an opulent interior is more than simply collecting costly items – it’s a form of art.

In this guide, you will discover the intricate details of constructing a lavish interior and you will learn to create the perfect living space.
We will explore all aspects of design: materials and finishes, architectural features, furniture selection and placement, lighting fixtures to set a mood or emphasize artwork and so much more.
Luxury dining and living area in Rose Bay showing Fendi, Hermes and Mario Bellini architects furniture

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