Plush And Luxurious Apartment in Brisbane



On first sight, the first thing that strikes you about this apartment which lies in the heart of Brisbane is the ambiance of luxurious. Furthermore, the furnishing and the decor is extremely masculine. There is nothing female about this apartment it is the type of apartment which in all likelihood would belong to a single man. This luxurious Riperian Plaza apartment lies on the dizzyingly high 48th floor and provides a spectacular view of Brisbane such as the Moreton Bay Coast. The architect cum interior designer Noel Robinson who is the founder of Noel Robinson architects has created this apartment which is also his personal residence and sanctuary.The Riperian Plaza apartment also has the distinction of being Brisbane’s first mixed-use elite, high-rise improvement and also the only apartment in Riperian Plaza to be created from a blank canvas.The decor consists of French Oak parquetry floors, Grey Oak wood paneling and French Limestone tiles. Three bedrooms all of which offer vantage points to appreciate panoramic and breathtaking views of the fantastic city of Brisbane, master suite with ensuite and dressing space, an incredibly spacious lounge, a dining area and an equally spacious kitchen, media space, board space and a perform space comprise the interiors. The kitchen design is sleek with recessed appliances, there are stainless metal electrical fittings, laundry with build-in Hapele LCD Television & constructed-in ironing board and there are three parking spaces in the creating. The Kitchen manufacturer is Danish Quality Furnishings, Doors and windows are from G James, the Living space furniture is Ralph Lauren from Robertsons Furnishings,
dining table custom created by Noel Robinson, Lights is Caribou Lights and Louis Poulsen, Wall covering and upholstery is from Wilson Materials & Wall Coverings, House automation is from Bose, Kitchen benches are from Mink and stainless metal from CaesarStone. The Oven, cooktop and ventilation are from Ilve, Microwave and dishwasher from Miele, Refrigeration from Kleenmaid, Rest room taps and fittings from Vola from Dedece and the Vanity, toilet and bath are from Rogerseller.The apartment has a modernist exterior consisting of curved and cantilevered balconies whereas the interior is ultra sleek and extremely modern. There is a custom constructed curved wall which tapers towards the entrance, floor to ceiling frameless glass doorways and 2.7 metres nominal ceilings. The tower itself is one of the most iconic structures in Brisbane due its extremely striking and innovative exterior of higher residential floors with compositely stacked balconies which give an curvilinear appearance. The cantilevered balconies curve in and out past every apartment which leaves an open sky overhead. Noel Robinson Architects is an award winning architectural and design firm which has created projects all over the world and has been acclaimed for establishing benchmarks for urban preparing, interior design and innovative architecture. Their mission statement is to deliver design excellence that exceeds their client’s
anticipations, that is environmentally sustainable and also adds worth to humanity. Noel Robinson Architects think that “Good design makes great company sense” and have been steadfast in their approach to sustainable architecture. Noel Robinson Architects are powerful proponents of green architecture and sustainable design innovation and their projects have been eclectic ranging from city buildings, resorts to alpine settlements. Currently, Noel Robinson Architects are engaged in creating the new $120M Sohar University in the Sultanate of Oman.

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