MILLSWYN South Yarra
Nestled in one of Melbourne’s most coveted pockets of real estate lies the Millswyn project: an outstanding collection of residences designed by architect Rob Mills and landscape gardener Paul Bangay.
The distinctive Italian limestone facade impresses with crisp architectural lines. Each of the eight apartments and two penthouses are graced with soaring ceilings and an abundance of natural light. Kitchens and bathrooms are adorned with Italian marble, while American oak floorboards line the living areas. The restrained neutral colour palette offers a perfect blank canvas for furnishings.
With every detail carefully considered, the Millswyn offers its residents luxurious inner-city living
Inspired by the grand designs of New York, this extraordinary new development will herald a new era in sophisticated and cosmopolitan living.
The apartments themselves are exceptional – modern, extensive, substantial sanctuaries that provide the perfect environment in which to relax, entertain or escape to a life less ordinary.
Church Street Hill achieves the perfect blend of sophistication and simplicity through cutting edge architecture and landscape design. Fresh, exciting, desirable and urbane, these apartments form the archetypal city residence: a sanctuary from busy lives and an affordable slice of luxury for people on the go.
The grand façade and spectacular stretched spiral staircase leave you in no doubt this is a Rob Mills design. Yet the bold flourishes found in the grand contemporary homes created by this visionary architect are tempered by the restrained elegance of Church Street Hill’s air-filled interiors.
The best architecture combines aesthetic beauty and functionality in a perfect whole. It forms buildings that are one with their environment, that are designed to last.
At Bayside, visionary Australian architect Rob Mills’ ultra-contemporary apartments are infused by just such qualities. Signature touches found in his iconic Melbourne homes — clever use of light and air, simple palettes, and organic materials such as natural stone and oak timber flooring — result in fourteen apartments as spacious, luxurious and refined as the boulevard on which they sit.
The Rob Mills aesthetic applied to modern inner-city living, Walsh Street is bold evidence that apartments can be as glamorous and spacious as any home.
Slick, contemporary and highly sophisticated, the unbroken flow between utilitarian and living areas combined with the use of white surfaces, limestone floors and mirrors creates space and light. Proof that boutique apartments will eventually become our choice for sustainable city living.