Collette Dinnigan is gradually making a transition from acclaimed fashion designer into interior designer. First, there was a series of luxury suites at South Coast Hotel Bannisters and now, a residential development in collaboration with architect Peter Israel of PTI Architects.
Dinnigan has designed 45 luxury residences, which will sit above a ground-floor retail space in the iconic Golf House building on Sydney’s Elizabeth Street in Surry Hills.
“We spent hours meticulously planning the design and layout of each of the residences. It was important for us to create a liveable, contemporary home ensuring each apartment has space to relax and entertain,” says Dinnigan.
“Luxury and efficiency has been carefully considered in each space, with a great deal of time having gone into each aspect to ensure each area is easy to use and truly feels like a home” says Dinnigan.
The development will feature one, two and three bedroom residences over seven floors.There will also be a north-facing, residents-only rooftop with lush greenery and unobstructed views towards the city.
Sales and inspections of this display apartment are open from 21 May. Go to thegolfhouse.com.au.
Bedroom: A Fred Williams etching sits above a nude by Guy Maestri both from Olsen Irwin, Woollahra.
Kitchen: Dinnigan applied her usual attention to luxury details choosing Carrara marble for benchtops and splashbacks in the kitchen and bathroom, recycled wooden floors, state-of-the-art Miele appliances in the kitchen and laundry and plenty of storage space.
Living space: Nicholas Harding ink on paper and Paul Ryan oil on linen both from Olsen Irwin, Woollahra, Guaxs vase from Conley and Co.