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Schwamberg penthouse

Location:
Sydney
Type:
Apartment
Year:
1998
Interior Designer:
BKH Architects
Photographer:
Alice Pagliano
The owners of Sydney's Kirketon and Medusa boutique hotels moved with their daughter from a large family house to the three bedroomed Darlinghurst apartment, and in doing so, made a completely new start with furniture and fittings a modular Minotti sofa almost large enough to live in, Saarinen dining table, and Bertoia chairs and low Saarinen table on the balcony. Alongside these are the occasional very unfussy one off pieces, such as a 12th century low Chinese bench and a 1940s standard lamp.

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Bertoia Side Chair

Bertoia Side Chair

Knoll Studio / Harry Bertoia

The Bertoia side chair has a seat and base of welded steel with rods available in polished chrome, satin chrome, black or white Rilsan polyester coating or a highly durable outdoor powdercoat (red, ye... More

Braque

Braque

Minotti / Rodolfo Dordoni

Braque is a modular seating system, the collection has divans, central elements, end elements, chaise longue and benches. The feet are in metal with gloss, transparent varnish and are equipped with an...

Diapason

Diapason

Kreon / Jan Van Lierde

Light made orientable. Thanks to a gyroscopic principle, Diapason can be easily positioned in any direction in order to highlight architectural details. A revolving stop locks the fitting in any pos... More

Hi Pad Stool

Hi Pad Stool

Jasper Morrison

Stool with seat in bent beech plywood and multi-density polyurethane foam. Fixed upholstery available in fabric or leather. base in satined stainless steel with rubber glides.

KV1

KV1

Arne Jacobsen

KV1 One-handle mixer with ceramic disc technology, 360 degree double swivel spout with water saving aerator. Available with the option of 25 mm, 55 mm (M) or 100 mm (L) lever. Available in p...

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The 43-storey tower is shaped to gain the greatest exposure sweep of harbour outlook centred on Sydney's Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. The rest of the site, excavated to house a five-storey, 500 car garage, accommodates on its deck a large swimming pool and tennis court, overlooked from the terraces of surrounding low-rise small split level apartments. The apartment tower planning divi... More

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