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Pelham presents Armadale’s best new address – a series of 20 exclusive residences sculpted by a collection of Melbourne’s greatest design and property development minds. Roulston, Buxton Group, Ewert Leaf and Jack Merlo have collaborated to bring this sensational project to life.
Inspired by the works of Frank Lloyd Wright, Pelham’s facade is crafted to appear like floating plains, structurally sound and centred on linear design. A durable, natural and modern collection of materials forms the exterior, which features details including recessed lines in the concrete elements, combining with charcoal and timber structures to create a visually outstanding and cohesive building.
Pelham’s interior spaces are founded on a neutral palette, allowing future residents to furbish the homes with their own precious pieces. Natural materials including timber chevron flooring and marble benchtops produce an opulent base for a home of luxurious comfort. Kitchens are equipped for all types of culinary pursuits – Signorino marble makes up the generous benchtops, while butler’s pantries in the three bedroom residences allow epicureans to stock up on their favourite goods and ingredients. Powered by Miele appliances, Pelham’s kitchens are the perfect environments to bring delectable creations to life. Robust materials create sophisticatedly minimal settings, allowing the focus to remain on the kitchen’s functionality.
A symphony of luxurious finishes work in harmony to create elegant bathroom settings – brushed nickel tapware complements the tones of grey within the terrazzo tiles and veins in the marble benchtops. A freestanding bath centres the space, while a custom-designed recessed vanity unit is found opposite it, designed with bevelled edge detailing. Bedrooms that feature 100% wool carpeting, walk-in robes, and an amazing amount of natural light unite with bathrooms and ensuites to form homes where retreat and rejuvenation are easily found.
For more information go to www.pelhamarmadale.com.au
Armadale has a history of opulence and in the 1880’s was a popular suburb for rich merchants and those in the gold trade. Many of the grand, Victorian-style mansions that were built during that era still stand today and give Armadale its character and charm.
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