This playful and unique project combines daring use of colour, refined interior fittings and plush accents in a minimalist space. The recent completion of the Level 16, 100 Queen and Collins Street, is a surprising example on how candy pink and soft drapery partitions can merge seamlessly with textured walls, hard surfaces, and industrial features inherent in the building. This creative vision was developed and realised by the Studio 103, McCormack Property Services, and Alessi Design Group, each playing an intrinsic role in the overall impact of the interior styling.
This iconic building in Melbourne’s CBD influenced by Venetian architecture, celebrates pointed cathedral arches and a geometric lined facade. Commercial interior design specialists, Studio 103, viewed this a natural starting point for design elements to be derived which includes emblematic shapes, textures, and patterns. Dusky Venetian sunsets were also an inspiration and informed the dramatic presence of the interior colour scheme.
As you enter the space you are immediately immersed in a huddle of blush pink tones and textures. The herringbone paved floor draws you into the space with warm, rustic hues shaped by a perimeter of dappled curved walls and ambient, pendant lighting.