With their dynamic and innovative commitment to superior quality and functional design, Apollo Joinery Group continues to attain new heights, manufacturing and installing stunning kitchens and cabinetry in major commercial, high rise residential and domestic projects. One of their latest successes is Highline Westmead, a master planned residential community located adjacent to the Western Sydney University Westmead campus and all the facilities offered by the greater Parramatta area.
Highline is being built by Deicorp to an imaginative design by multi-award winning architects Turner Studio. One, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses boast spectacular views and resort style facilities, while the development complements its location and harmoniously integrates with its heritage and natural surroundings.
Owner and Managing Director of Apollo Joinery Group, Peter Bader, said that Apollo Joinery fulfilled a large assignment at Highline, providing joinery for 438 residences across two towers in the first stage, including kitchen cabinets, pantries, laundries and bathroom cabinets and panelling. The stylish design of the interiors offered a dark or light colour scheme. ‛Maison Oak’ Ravine was selected for the pantry doors and feature panelling, providing a European oak structure in soft chalky beige with grey feature wood grain. Dulux ‛Mole Grey’ was used for the kitchen islands and cabinets.
For the dark colour schemes on the pantry doors and feature panelling, ‛Maroso Milan’ Ravine was used with a linear embossed woodgrain with the look and feel of natural raw timber. The kitchen island and cabinets were supplied in Dulux ‛Deiskau’.
Enhancing the kitchen experience, Apollo Joinery included Hettich soft close drawers with silent system runners as a standard and Hettich soft close with concealed metal hinge. Wall cabinet doors were ‘push to open’ style and ‘finger pull’ style cabinet doors for base cabinet doors. “The Apollo Joinery cabinet work added a level of sophistication to the Highline kitchens, which featured stainless steel Smeg appliances and stone splashbacks and benchtops,” Peter said.
A slick black lip handle was supplied for the pantry and integrated fridge, with LED task lighting lining the base of the wall cabinet.
Silver-backed glass doors were provided as a feature of the bathroom cabinet, complementing the beautiful presentation of the wet areas which had elegant ceramic tiling. The Highline Westmead project represents yet another successful assignment for Apollo Joinery Group. The company has an impressive portfolio, working closely with Australia’s largest construction companies right through to project home builders and individual homeowners.
Apollo Jounery’s designers are passionate about offering unparalleled design services for every job, whether it is for high rise residential, corporate, commercial fit-outs or small builder developments. “Our talented team can design and produce high quality custom fixed joinery on a large scale. We offer a pre-development consulting service for architects, surveyors and builders to assist them in cost effectively producing kitchens and joinery to meet their requirements in planned developments,” said Peter.
The Apollo Joinery design team is also available to work with interior designers, individual homeowners who are planning new kitchens or bathrooms as well as small business operators requiring retail or commercial fit-outs.
Apollo Joinery has a real technical edge in the industry because of its high tech factory which complements its stone, paint and other cabinet manufacturing plants. “We constantly search the world for the latest design ideas and production technology so that we can stay ahead of our competitors and offer the most efficient service at a highly competitive price to our customers,” Peter said.
Apollo Joinery Group’s many completed projects include the high rise developments Ashfield Central, Woolooware Bay and Grand H Hurstville, also a Deicorp undertaking. Current projects include working with Parkview at The Sanctuary and Ceerose at Aqualuna.