Bayside Blue is all about creating a luxurious and modern living experience with a focus on coastal living. The development is nestled in the bayside suburb of Beaumaris, and our overall approach conveys a sense of balance and harmony. The inspiration is from Port Phillip Bay and the surrounding terrain to create a home that flows easily between indoor and outdoor spaces. With interior design by Skulptur Architecture, the residences are a delicate balance of muted and bold tones, creating a warm and inviting home.
Bayside Blue was designed with the intention of creating a soft and calming space - achieved through its landscaping and architecture. The home offers both interior and exterior areas for occupation, with the outdoor areas thoughtfully designed to connect with the natural surroundings and instill a sense of peace and relaxation. The value of flexibility is inherent in the design of the structure, making it reflective of the needs of its family. The home anticipates the need for both activity and contemplation, allowing them to exist harmoniously.
From the first glance, the house looks like it fits in well with the rest of the neighbourhood. It's made up of a series of connected forms, and there's a sweeping, angled wall that leads up to the main entrance. The mix of rendered and timber-clad elements give it an interesting texture. Once you step inside, you can see that the same attention to detail has been carried throughout. It's clear that quality and longevity were a priority when this home was designed. As a forever home, the palette conveys a contemporary freshness, with quality materials such as stone and brass underpinning its endurance. Through a warm and calm approach, Bayside Blue reinterprets the coastal aesthetic to emerge as a soulful residence. Skulptur Architecture have produced a home that is a relaxing retreat grounded in its location.
Project: Bayside Blue
Designer: Skulptur Architecture
Images: Timothy Kaye