Drawing inspiration from its local surrounds, Graphite's textual darkened joinery and contrasting palette delivers a classic sense of drama.
North Fitzroy is packed with culture. The local art scene caught our particular attention; after all, graphite is a material many artists sketch with. The Graphite project, positioned in the North Fitzroy locale, embodies a bold, strong yet timeless interior. Taking cue from the energetic and bespoke surrounding restaurant, café and boutique precinct, Graphite’s interior reflects custom, well thought detail throughout.
With a palette that contrasts dark and light finishes, Graphite's interior evokes the qualities of an art gallery.
Textural darkened joinery delivers a classic sense of drama with simple pulls reflecting a crafted nature finished in blackened brass.
Stylish and sophisticated bathrooms with clever storage and softly framed and shaped mirrors align with custom designed basins – creating a sense of individuality within the residential apartment market. Galley style kitchens with feature elements reflect restaurant quality that integrates the aesthetic of the site itself.
A high contrast palette of crisp white walls and dark timber feel panelling is softened by warm concrete greys, to give an urban, yet polished feel.