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Luxury in Every Detail: Extraordinary Penthouse Apartment in Sydney

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For a luxurious lifestyle, many of us would do pretty much anything. Especially if the lifestyle is led in an amazing penthouse apartment, situated on top of a striking city like Sydney. Offering a 280 panorama of Sydney, the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, this astonishing penthouse apartment was designed by architect Harry Seidler. Occupying the top three floors of the building in which it is situated, the apartment features five bedrooms including an impressive master suite with spa and a walk-in dressing, private roof terrace, a pool, gym and a home cinema. An aquarium located in the living room sooths the mind of stressed guest by offering a natural escape from constant pressure. Colours and forms shape this apartment into an extraordinary retreat, offering an exceptional interior design. Just imagine how carefully placed details can change the look of a place and try to draw inspiration from the architect’s work.

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5 comments

  • anna March 31, 2011 at 10:28 AM Login to Reply →

    yet another example to prove that money can’t buy taste.

    that Budha chunk under the stairs is the cherry on top!!

  • Mike March 31, 2011 at 13:29 PM Login to Reply →

    Makes me think about this:

  • Clay Stephens June 8, 2011 at 12:32 PM Login to Reply →

    Spectacular! Love the way neutrals were used and the Asian touches mixed into the modern space; one of my favorite design directions!

  • DGM June 22, 2011 at 00:51 AM Login to Reply →

    This Is What My Dreams Are Made Of.

  • Anna Sofronieva June 25, 2011 at 22:52 PM Login to Reply →

    According to Feng Shui a Buddha statue should not be put under a staircase, as you cannot walk above its head. I made a similar placement and a horrified Chinese lady told me to move it to a different position.