The first thing you’ll notice once inside, is the light. The Kew’s impressive, sculptural front façade obscures the living space from the outside. But the interior has been intricately designed to maximise space and sun, with a northerly aspect and full-length windows. This creates a sundrenched feel with total privacy. The home has a striking minimalist theme, combining natural textures and warm colours for a contemporary mix of classic and modern.
The Kew showcases the flexible and innovative ways a home can be designed to suit a family’s needs. The kitchen has been crafted for entertainers with a large butler’s pantry that has been cut open to bring the kitchen into the main space. This allows for a range of options for entertainers. The bathrooms have a luxurious feel with dual showers in the ensuite to match the double vanity and a wet bath in the main bathroom.
Every detail within this 2017 award-winning home has been considered and built to exact specifications. The shadow cornices in the ceiling, the flushed skirting boards and the recessed curtain pelmets are a subtle but attractive feature. The cohesive feel of the Travertine floor tiles to the kitchen and bathrooms and the black door handles, light boxes, tapware and fixtures makes for a home that is sophisticated in its simplicity.