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Centrepiece Apartments

801 Centre Road, Bentleigh East

Tranquil sanctuaries REDEFINING APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT LIVING FOR BENTLEIGH EAST Carefully considered views are at the heart of these contemporary apartments in the Melbourne suburb of Bentleigh East, where form and character combine to elevate function. A defined interior design concept Centrepieces such as a resident lounge with a fireplace, timber feature walls, large balconies and a landscaped courtyard area with a barbeque and a gymnasium underpin the interior design concept of this 112-apartment development. The design showcases craftsmanship to create tranquil sanctuaries that are connected to their community. The interior palette draws on elements of the building’s exterior, making reference to neighbouring properties. Welcoming sanctuaries with function at their heart Elegance, textured materials and wider windows that welcome the light inside create inviting spaces with solace and warmth at their core. A creative approach to geometry lends organic touches of form and character, without betraying function. Classic and contemporary at the same time, the one, two and three-bedroom apartments bring together clean lines and cutting edge amenities and finishes. Generous spaces feature touches of timber and glimpses of leafy green courtyards that contrast with contemporary quartz, brushed concrete and opaque glazing. A place to call home Island benches and open shelving in the kitchens give residents the opportunity to showcase their personalities. Smeg appliances feature throughout, with purchasers given the option to choose between light and dark colour palettes to suit their taste.

Tranquil sanctuaries

REDEFINING APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT LIVING FOR BENTLEIGH EAST

Carefully considered views are at the heart of these contemporary apartments in the Melbourne suburb of Bentleigh East, where form and character combine to elevate function.

A defined interior design concept

Centrepieces such as a resident lounge with a fireplace, timber feature walls, large balconies and a landscaped courtyard area with a barbeque and a gymnasium underpin the interior design concept of this 112-apartment development.

The design showcases craftsmanship to create tranquil sanctuaries that are connected to their community. The interior palette draws on elements of the building’s exterior, making reference to neighbouring properties.

Welcoming sanctuaries with function at their heart

Elegance, textured materials and wider windows that welcome the light inside create inviting spaces with solace and warmth at their core. A creative approach to geometry lends organic touches of form and character, without betraying function.

Classic and contemporary at the same time, the one, two and three-bedroom apartments bring together clean lines and cutting edge amenities and finishes. Generous spaces feature touches of timber and glimpses of leafy green courtyards that contrast with contemporary quartz, brushed concrete and opaque glazing.

A place to call home

Island benches and open shelving in the kitchens give residents the opportunity to showcase their personalities. Smeg appliances feature throughout, with purchasers given the option to choose between light and dark colour palettes to suit their taste.

  • FIRM

    Bruce Henderson

  • Type

    Units, Apartments, Flats, Townhouses

  • Area Size

    9 Sqm

  • Design Style

    Minimalist, Retro

  • Architect / Designer

    Bruce Henderson

  • Location

    Victoria

  • Status

    Concept

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