Situated in light-filled Darlinghurst, Sydney, the like-named apartment is a sophisticated and contemporary insertion. Born from a want to enhance visual and physical connectivity between the living zones, purpose-designed joinery was created. A series of timber and glass screens help frame the kitchen, referencing the client’s engrained passion for Japanese design, objects and artwork.
Throughout, architectural directional lighting is used to create subtle moments of illumination, to focus sightlines and imbue a sense of the gallery aesthetic. Carefully selected furniture, objects and styling elements were also added, to cohesively tie the spaces together. Darlinghurst Apartment sees a subtle and muted palette of layered transparencies frame an enviable abode.
Photography by Shannon McGrath.