Woods Bagot has unveiled the design for six ultra-luxe penthouse interiors at the top of Greenland Centre in the heart of Sydney.
Three penthouses with three different plans have been designed over two floors to create six of the best addresses in the city, complete with luxurious finishes, the highest quality appliances and bespoke detailing.
All three apartments have three bedrooms, with the two larger apartments featuring additional space for household staff quarters. The larger of the two apartments also feature a media room in addition to the living room, as well as open plan kitchen, bathroom, balconies, laundry and study.
The interior design has been oriented towards spectacular panoramic views of Sydney, including Centrepoint Tower, Sydney Harbour, the Bridge, Opera House and Hyde Park, bringing the outside in.
A unique architectural concept of the design is the Sydney balconies that provide a seamless transition from inside to outside with frameless glazing that blocks wind, while retaining fresh airflow, creating a useable outdoor space. Each of the three apartment floor plans feature a Sydney Balcony in the living space and one in the bedroom.
Materiality is a vital aspect of the design, with three material and colour palettes available to choose from. Named after the cuts of diamonds, the three schemes are Asscher, the darkest palette with a stunning white on black feature marble, Marquise, a medium palette, and Princess, the lightest scheme.
For all three schemes, the contrasting materials - in solid timbers, marble, stone and limestone - have been selected to provide a stunning combination, while celebrating the authenticity of the materiality.
"The penthouses have been designed as contemporary, luxurious environments - global residences for a global city," commented Domenic Alvaro, Principal of Woods Bagot. "The design team's attention to detail extends to every aspect of the space, including materiality and bespoke detailing, with each space carefully crafted to provide the best in luxury living."
Kitchens are open plan, with reflective coatings balanced with natural timbers. Gaggenau kitchen appliances are used throughout, while kitchen cabinetry features bespoke elements such as concealed door handles.
The bathrooms feature a stunning marble wall which is juxtaposed with a second marble, providing a strong graphic on a large scale, while three different stand-alone Agape baths provide a statement.
Greenland Centre is Sydney's tallest residential tower with architecture and design by BVN Donovan Hill and Woods Bagot.