An exclusive collection of bespoke interior elements and standalone furniture will complete the rich sensorial experience of Mayfair, the ultra-luxury 20-storey St Kilda Road residential tower recently released by leading Malaysian lifestyle developer UEM Sunrise.
Mayfair is one of the last projects globally to have the personal touch of the late Dame Zaha Hadid, whose architecture transformed ideas of the future with visionary spatial concepts defined by advanced design, material and construction processes. Zaha Hadid Architects associate director Michele Pasca di Magliano says Mayfair’s design translates Melbourne’s attributes to create apartments that blur the boundaries between building and city, exterior and interior.
“Bespoke features echo the sculptural qualities of the facade; including a sculptural fireplace, kitchen islands and a series of pieces that complete the functionality of the home,” he says.
The ZHA-designed Mayfair collection also includes dining and coffee tables, a timber feature wall and bed, stone and leather wall panelling, television console, bathroom vanity and lighting, with some designs crafted in Melbourne.
UEM Sunrise chief operating officer, commercial, Raymond Cheah, says they have commissioned a local furniture maker to produce Mayfair’s dining and coffee tables, feature wall and bed, television console and wardrobe.
“We’re delighted to be able to produce these exclusive masterpieces, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects for Mayfair, in Melbourne,” he says. “We look forward to making these custom-designed Melbourne-made pieces available globally.”
Amenities \ 24/7 concierge services, 25-metre lap pool, private lift lobby, golf simulator, gym, sauna, steam & massage rooms, cinema, rooftop terrace with dining, two heated spas & barbecues, wine cellar and street-level restaurant and cafe.
Zaha Hadid Architects has created an exclusive interior collection echoing the sculptural qualities of Mayfair’s facade, including a fireplace, kitchen island and standalone furniture pieces – bed, dining and coffee tables, wall panelling and television consoles – to contribute to a rich sensory experience.
Mayfair’s interior collection and models of ZHA projects, including the 2012 Olympic Aquatic Centre and Rome’s MAXXI Museum of 21st Century Art, are among the exhibits in the Zaha Hadid Architects: Reimagining Architecture Exhibition at Level 18, 412 St Kilda Road. It is open to the public 10.30am-5.30pm daily, until December 20. The exhibition offers an insight into the work of Dame Zaha Hadid.
412 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
Developer \ UEM Sunrise
Architects \ Zaha Hadid Architects & Elenberg Fraser
Sales \ Kay & Burton Projects Peter Kudelka 0418 319 439 or Damon Krongold 0418 850 757
Display Suite \ 412 St Kilda Road, Melbourne. By appointment only.
$823,000 – $13.1 million