Built in Sydney, Australia, the Parker Residence is a comfortable and elegant home that was put together by experts from The Quinlan Group. This spacious waterfront apartment was designed specifically so that it may satisfy its owner’s needs for entertainment on a generous scale, which is why its public and private areas were efficiently separated.
Moreover, the Parker Residence impresses with great versatility thanks to a special continuous joinery wall that can shut off or provide access to many different areas according to the owner’s preference. Retractable laser cut screens further contribute to this versatility, but they are also used to showcase the owner’s impressive art collection. Inspired by modern Brazilian and Japanese design principles, the apartment features a warm theme obtained through the use of multiple wood elements complemented by pure white motifs.
Spacious, luxurious and beautifully decorated, the Parker Residence in Sydney is definitely a perfect place to come home to.
From The Quinlan Group:
A substantial waterfront apartment, the Parker Residence was designed around the client’s love of large scale entertaining. The apartment has therefore been divided into two distinct zones, public and private. The interface between the two is a single continuous wall of joinery which can open and shut in multiple configurations depending on function.
This theme is carried through the entire public space, with multiple retractable laser cut screens allowing for maximum flexibility. The screens themselves are housed within a series of stone blade walls which anchor the scheme and double as display plinths for the client’s substantial art collection. The fixtures and finishes throughout the project are of the highest possible quality, with material chosen from a pared back, natural palette; creating contemplative spaces that draw heavily from the minimalist interiors of both the Japanese and the Brazilian modernists.