Villa Amor by Arent & Pyke

Villa Amor by Arent & Pike

Project: Villa Amor
Interior Design: Arent & Pyke
Location: Sydney, Australia
Photo Credits: Anson Smart
Text: Arent & Pyke

Such was the grace already embedded in this 1928 apartment in Bellevue Hill that it required a delicate – or apparently delicate touch. Inversely proportional to our soft intervention was the ultimate transformation of the home and, to their surprise, our clients.

Villa Amor by Arent & Pike

The material diversity of stone and felt, timber and colour are drawn together as harmonious elements in this contemporary penthouse home. Delivering refined luxury that is tactile, warm and without clutter, an emphasis has been placed on spatial harmony, colour, and detail.

Villa Amor by Arent & Pike

living room, Arent & Pike

kitchen, Arent & Pike

Villa Amor by Arent & Pike

Villa Amor by Arent & Pike

bedroom, Arent & Pike

bedroom, Arent & Pike

Villa Amor by Arent & Pike

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