Australian architecture practice BoardGrove has reimagined a beautiful Melbourne apartment to make full use of pleasing pastel colors in the interior, giving the space a gentle and cozy vibe.
Situated in the neighborhood of Footscray, this renovated Melbourne apartment's pink and grey palette is designed to counter-balance the exposed walls to give the space the kind of aesthetic appeal you might associate with art galleries. Accordingly, the apartment's furniture and other household elements have a similar presence to small art objects and sculptures on display, helping to create a consistent visual appeal. The apartment also features open-concept dining and relaxation areas that aim to increase the perception of space, further adding to the flat's gallery-like feel.
This Melbourne apartment is a great example of the influence of minimalist contemporary art on modern interior design.