The Scandinavian Penthouse is an inner city retreat bathed in natural light.
Furnished as a luxury retreat, the home has served as a perfect backdrop for photographic and film sets.
Affectionately titled 'the white room' textural white linens, many pillows, white feathers, cowgirl hats, stag horns and exposed cement walls. This room overlooks Brisbane Street with bi folding floor to ceiling doors and flooded with natural light. Ideal for boudoir and that 'all white' photographic set.
Galley kitchen with enclosed breakfast bar, white marble splashback and egg-white stone benchtops.
Open plan living and dining. Designer glass top Scandi dining table, grey button back dining chairs. A low modular sofa in grey linen. Canary yellow linen arm chairs. Bi folding glass paneled doors onto a large, fern dressed rooftop terrace. Inner city panorama and over to the historic Griffith Tea Rooms. Sunsets are pink and burnt orange in the spring/summer. A larger than life Einstein portrait rocks the wall - we invited him for dinner and he decided to stay a while. Floating floors throughout. Reindeer and springbock pelts and large white cow hide, zebra print cow hide also available. Other accessories to style include USSR military hat, stag horns, ram skull (gold painted horns), tropical plants and glassware.
A second rooftop terrace covered in tropical stralitzia nicolai (giant plump green leaves) and an inner city view. Approximately 4.8m x 2.4m in size.
The low rise was designed by Phillip Stark. Exposed cement walls and hardwood wall features. Colourful lighting in common areas. Many backdrops to utilise with a small production team (photographer + model).
Plentiful power outlets and additional power boards.
Flexible lease terms for Residency or ongoing desk / co-working space for creatives.
2 separate guest rooms come with built in desk space for Artist Residencies. Also available for casual office / co-working space with 1 owner occupier who occasionally works from home in film production.
Off street parking. Paid parking (garaged) at Oxford Arcade.