Floor-to-ceiling glass creates a sense of open space, and cinemascope views of the city or parklands.
Apartments have been designed to maximise natural light and bring the outside in. Glass walls expand from the living room to master bed, and muted colours borrow from nature, flowing to the balcony outside.
All two-bedroom apartments have two bathrooms with walk-in showers. Hidden from neighbours’ view, the large balcony further blurs the divide between indoors and out, with an all glass retainer wall that ensures no light or view is blocked. Access the master bedroom from the balcony and, from the upper floors, doze off to the city lights, blinking off the Brisbane River.
Classic black and white cabinetry evokes black-tie sophistication. Generous storage space extends to the ceiling, and each cabinet is finished to give a smooth, uncluttered appearance.
Composite bench tops make all surfaces durable and easy to clean, perfectly illuminated by modern downlights, recessed into the ceiling to create additional height.
White, natural stone splashback brings the outdoors in, and creates an opulent focal point. The island bench functions as a perfect server for dinner parties, or a bench-top table for casual dining.
Functional but artistic design makes the kitchen, like the Opera itself, a work of art.
MMO Interiors, designers behind Brisbane’s Riverside Food Court, have extended the black-and-white theme from the kitchen to create a unified flow throughout the apartment.
White wall tiles contrast with the ebony floor and natural white stone splashback, creating a bathroom worthy of inclusion in a five-star hotel.
The common complaint of most bathrooms (lack of space) has been resolved by creating a huge bench, and recessed shelf, which extends the full width of the room, plus a massive amount of storage cupboard space has been created behind the large mirror.
High-quality glass has been used around the shower, which features a stunning black rain forest shower-head.
Modern, functional designed has been used throughout, with recessed areas so no barriers impede the room, while smooth, running lines give the area a feeling of grand space.