(inside) interior design review


01 85 Spring Street display suite

D– Bates Smart

P – Sean Fennessy

Showcasing the bespoke features, which will characterise the apartments within the 39-storey tower, the project revolves around an appreciation of handcrafted details. Distinctive elements include cantilevered stone benches, echoing the building’s architecture, bespoke lighting, tapware and cabinet handles.

02 Aésop Warringah

D– Russell & George

P – Tyrone Branigan

Simple and structured forms draw inspiration from the local landscape and the relaxed atmosphere of the NSW Northern Beaches environment. The space explores a delicate composition of elements that aims to engage the viewer in a conscious dialogue between themselves and their surroundings.

03 Aje Perth

D– We Are Triibe

P – Terence Chin

Utilising Aje’s signature subtle, natural material palette and emphasising it further, the design offers tactile materials, through a

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