Penthaus By Biasol

02 Nov 2018

The multi award-winning Biasol Design Studio are pioneers of the Australian design industry, having completed projects on a local and global scale. The team encapsulates every sense of exquisite contemporary design, with an interest across a diverse range of projects.

 

Pentahaus, which crowns the Haus development on Smith Street, Collingwood, redefines the properties surroundings, with sophisticated and functional living spaces, as well as close attention to detail and quality design. Soft curves and rounded forms flow throughout each living space which follows through to the kitchen and bathrooms.  This is further enhanced by the flood of natural light which seeps through the windows of the top floor residence.

The dining area is characterised by elements of black timber joinery and contrasted with Venetian plaster rendered walls. In front of this sits our set of Prostoria Rhomb dining chairs and table, matched synonymously to the monochromatic palette which lines the walls of the interior.

The living area provides unrivalled views of Collingwood, whilst encompassing a sense of warmth, created by the timber cladding featured above the marble fire place. Geometric forms and quality materials unify the entire living space, helping to harmonise both the interior and exterior settings. Here, our Prostoria ‘Cloud’ sofas take centre stage and are paired with the Pianca ‘Abaco’ nesting tables, adding to the contemporary aesthetic of the interior.

The kitchen showcases intricate joinery details aligned with exquisite craftsmanship. Light grey marble is followed through from the living area, further providing a sense of unity and softness to the space. The juxtaposition of the marble bench top and splash back with the chrome finished range-hood and fixtures, takes influence from the Bauhaus industrial revolution, giving a rich character to the interior.

Penthaus by Biasol, brings together sophistication, functionality and a contemporary flare to create a design which is both timeless and distinctively theirs.

Photography by James Morgan

Interior design and styling by Biasol

Architecture by Kennedy Nolan

Development by Angelo Property Group