Today, we’re taking a peek into the stunning Art-Deco inspired display suite in the stylish Charlie Parker towers by Coronation Property in the leafy suburb of Harris Park in Sydney.
Coronation Property has always been known for its ground breaking designs and Charlie Parker is no different. Inspired by the Art-Deco era, the visually impactful, curved Charlie Parker building is the brainchild of award-winning architects Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (fjmt).
The collaborators for this project are Jamie Durie for outdoor areas, Shannon Vos for interior styling (The winner of The Black Glasshouse 2014), and Gillie and Marc (contemporary artists) for the bronze statues that feature in the campaign, many of which will remain on site after the development is completed.
The impeccably designed display suite styled two ways showcases rich colour, texture and materials throughout the apartment. The furniture and soft furnishings from Globe West create a look of ‘raw luxury’, with hints of tribal trends, pendant lights, use of rustic timbers and layers of natural textures. The soft colour palette, rich furnishings and the overall styling hints at a subtle playfulness and whimsy and every room weaves a beautiful design story.
I particularly love the over hanging open shelving in the kitchen, reminiscent of Art Deco design with a modern twist! So have a look through the stunning imagery and see if you too like me get a serious case of house envy! Stylish with an air of raw luxe! What’s your verdict?
Till next time… have a lovely day!