The Hopetoun

The motivating design concept for this luxury development was to create a light filled sanctuary with a pared back delicate aesthetic that connects to the tree lined street of Toorak.

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Multi Residential

Architect: BG Architecture

Interior Design: Kestie Lane Studio

Photography: Timothy Kaye

Builder: Sinjen

Joinery: Maas & Co

“The Brecciata porcelain to the entry floors and walls was intended to create a gallery like experience on entry.”

Kestie Lane

The powder rooms were designed as a reveal of surprise, a dark moody palette of Japanese glazed tiles and crafted Viola marble wash vanities are set by the warm ambiance of the Anton wall light by Volker Haug.

The elegant layering of texture and warm finishes in the stained oak timber joinery, custom inlay carpets, parquetry timber floors sitting against soft polished concrete walls punctuated with blackened steel shelving and fireplace reveals, creates a home that balances a modern timeless aesthetic.

The penthouse is connected over two levels with the sculptural helical stair.
The seamless finish of render and stone create a monolithic silhouette combined with the flood of natural light, it has an ethereal quality giving the illusion of the stair winding all the way up to connect with the circular skylight over.

Design Process

The Hopetoun