Alexander Lotersztain of Derlot has designed the interior of the Chester Boulevard Condo located in Brisbane, Australia.
Alexander Lotersztain’s Chester Boulevard refurbishment has transformed the Brisbane penthouse condo exact into a shiny and expressive home, connecting the within with the exterior. The interior used to be designed to utterly exploit the Brisbane weather and aspect. The refurbishment included custom derive of the kitchen, amenities and joinery. Every aspect of the penthouse begin entirely to permit light and air by the scale of the condo.
Essentially the most inspiring derive consideration is the mix of the most necessary amenities: kitchen, lavatories and laundry, into the begin areas for every and each perfect and comely ideals. Concealed innovatively within sliding joinery, they’re absolutely functional but can additionally be seamlessly hidden to maintain visual comfort and intimacy. Complementary to the valiant reverse monochromatic contaminated colour intention to reinforce the feeling of home, warmth used to be offered by the bushes wall panelling and loud bursts of colour on the bottom. The different of provides, sourced from local manufacturers, focuses strongly on perfect and dapper derive choices within careful consideration of repairs and sustainability. The interior used to be designed to utterly exploit the Brisbane weather and aspect. The most necessary dining room is alfresco, and both aspect of the penthouse begin entirely to permit light and air by the total size of the condo.
Style designer: Alexander Lotersztain
Photographer: Florian Groehn