By Lauren Powell My Domaine
If you could define the term “cool” in an interior, this would be it. As soon as you step foot inside this converted warehouse is Sydney’s trendy inner city enclave of Surry Hills, you could be forgiven for thinking you’d entered an art-gallery-meets-furniture showroom.
The light-filled space, aptly known as “The Luxe”, lives within a once machinery factory that was built back in 1937. Its large open floor plan, 3.8 metre high ceilings, and vast steel framed windows are a reflection of the iconic Bauhaus architecture of the time.
The two-bedroom corner apartment, listed on Contemporary Hotels (read: it could be yours to call home!), is fitted out with charming mix of contemporary high end designer furniture and eclectic vintage finds in a monochromatic palette, an enviable art collection, and an unrivalled view of the city skyline from the rooftop. Do yourself a favour and take a tour through this dreamy apartment.