Hereford Apartment: A Central Auckland Retreat by Hare Interiors

Hereford Apartment: A Central Auckland Retreat by Hare Interiors

Designer: Hare Interiors
Project: Hereford Apartment
Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Year 2017
Photographer: David Straight

A central Auckland apartment with magnificent views of the harbour. Hare Interiors has created a calm retreat away from the bustle of Ponsonby Road. A subtle palette within the interior is complimented with textural stones, bold forms and accents of colour.

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A custom brass screen draws on traditional Art Deco forms to divide the study from the living area. The screen is a three-dimensional sculptural piece made from brass loops suspended from the ceiling. It adds lightness to the otherwise solid forms of the living space and office.

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The kitchen cabinetry is clad in crown-cut oak veneer, custom-stained in a dusky brown that allows the onyx to take the starring role. Sprayed brass cabinets with a fabric-like appearance adorn the living-room walls. As well as being a key visual feature of the living room, these house the AV requirements for the home.

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