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Marina Square comprises of 768 residential apartments constructed across two striking towers with five low rise boutique buildings. This development is the centrepiece of a thriving waterfront village and close proximity to Sydney Olympic Park. Two understated palettes were chosen for residents to choose from. The ‘Stone’ scheme spoke to the metropolitan aesthetic, incorporated grey-washed Oak tile and white Carrara-look reconstituted stone, with a high contrast charcoal accent. The counterpoint ‘Wood’ palette features forest-engraved glass splashbacks with whitewashed Oak tile and Calacatta-look stone benches, for a softer and tranquil space.

Marina Square comprises of 768 residential apartments constructed across two striking towers with five low rise boutique buildings. This development is the centrepiece of a thriving waterfront village and close proximity to Sydney Olympic Park. Two understated palettes were chosen for residents to choose from. The ‘Stone’ scheme spoke to the metropolitan aesthetic, incorporated grey-washed Oak tile and white Carrara-look reconstituted stone, with a high contrast charcoal accent. The counterpoint ‘Wood’ palette features forest-engraved glass splashbacks with whitewashed Oak tile and Calacatta-look stone benches, for a softer and tranquil space.

Marina Square comprises of 768 residential apartments constructed across two striking towers with five low rise boutique buildings. This development is the centrepiece of a thriving waterfront village and close proximity to Sydney Olympic Park. Two understated palettes were chosen for residents to choose from. The ‘Stone’ scheme spoke to the metropolitan aesthetic, incorporated grey-washed Oak tile and white Carrara-look reconstituted stone, with a high contrast charcoal accent. The counterpoint ‘Wood’ palette features forest-engraved glass splashbacks with whitewashed Oak tile and Calacatta-look stone benches, for a softer and tranquil space.

Marina Square comprises of 768 residential apartments constructed across two striking towers with five low rise boutique buildings. This development is the centrepiece of a thriving waterfront village and close proximity to Sydney Olympic Park. Two understated palettes were chosen for residents to choose from. The ‘Stone’ scheme spoke to the metropolitan aesthetic, incorporated grey-washed Oak tile and white Carrara-look reconstituted stone, with a high contrast charcoal accent. The counterpoint ‘Wood’ palette features forest-engraved glass splashbacks with whitewashed Oak tile and Calacatta-look stone benches, for a softer and tranquil space.

Marina Square comprises of 768 residential apartments constructed across two striking towers with five low rise boutique buildings. This development is the centrepiece of a thriving waterfront village and close proximity to Sydney Olympic Park. Two understated palettes were chosen for residents to choose from. The ‘Stone’ scheme spoke to the metropolitan aesthetic, incorporated grey-washed Oak tile and white Carrara-look reconstituted stone, with a high contrast charcoal accent. The counterpoint ‘Wood’ palette features forest-engraved glass splashbacks with whitewashed Oak tile and Calacatta-look stone benches, for a softer and tranquil space.

Marina Square comprises of 768 residential apartments constructed across two striking towers with five low rise boutique buildings. This development is the centrepiece of a thriving waterfront village and close proximity to Sydney Olympic Park. Two understated palettes were chosen for residents to choose from. The ‘Stone’ scheme spoke to the metropolitan aesthetic, incorporated grey-washed Oak tile and white Carrara-look reconstituted stone, with a high contrast charcoal accent. The counterpoint ‘Wood’ palette features forest-engraved glass splashbacks with whitewashed Oak tile and Calacatta-look stone benches, for a softer and tranquil space.

For The Orchards, Apollo Kitchens manufactured, supplied and installed cabinetry across all 121-apartments. They fitted detailed joinery including kitchen cupboards, shelving for butler’s pantries, wine racks, TV units, book shelves, vanities for the bathrooms and laundry cabinets. Apollo Kitchens also supplied and fitted linen and storage cupboards as well as joinery to the studies. The large job had two installation teams working simultaneously over two buildings. The kitchen cabinets are finished with a bright, polyurethane, natural white gloss and have mirrored splashbacks. Benchtops have a neat shadow line and bench cupboards have conveniently inset kickboards with a metal finish.

Marina Square comprises of 768 residential apartments constructed across two striking towers with five low rise boutique buildings. This development is the centrepiece of a thriving waterfront village and close proximity to Sydney Olympic Park. Two understated palettes were chosen for residents to choose from. The ‘Stone’ scheme spoke to the metropolitan aesthetic, incorporated grey-washed Oak tile and white Carrara-look reconstituted stone, with a high contrast charcoal accent. The counterpoint ‘Wood’ palette features forest-engraved glass splashbacks with whitewashed Oak tile and Calacatta-look stone benches, for a softer and tranquil space.

As a company that is synonymous with quality and experience, Apollo Kitchens continue to deliver high quality fixed joinery solutions for projects ranging from high rise developments to home renovations. Apollo Kitchens’ work on their latest project, the Taiga apartments at Wentworth Point, has provided yet another example of the company’s ability to deliver, fulfilling and complementing the luxurious vision of Sekisui House’s design philosophy. Taiga marks the final stage of The Address precinct of over 1,000 dwellings.

The stunning and distinctive fixed joinery and cabinetry associated with Apollo Kitchens can be found in the prestigious Arlington Grove development in Dulwich Hill. The company supplied the kitchens, bathrooms, wardrobes, laundry and linen cabinets for the 246 apartments in the high end complex, over eight levels over four separate buildings.