About the Project

Apollo Kitchens is renowned for innovative kitchen design and excellent manufacturing standards, backed by nearly 50 years experience in the field.

Apollo Kitchens was commissioned to manufacture the kitchens installed in 256 apartments over three towers at the spectacular Jewel development at Sydney’s Wentworth Point.

“We greatly value our relationships with leading builders including Dasco and developers including Payce with Sekisui House,” Peter said. “It is very rewarding for our staff to hear that new home owners love their Apollo Kitchens and the contribution it makes to their lifestyle.”

Apollo Kitchens’ responsibility extended beyond the superb kitchens to include the vanities, laundry cabinetry and shaving cabinets. Managing Director for Apollo Kitchens, Peter Bader, said that all elements were designed, manufactured and tested to the most rigorous standards.

“Jewel is a prestigious development in a unique setting on the Parramatta River, right on the ferry wharf and sitting on top of a new shopping precinct. We were committed to exceeding the expectations of all stakeholders in the project with the quality and presentation of Apollo Kitchen’s craftsmanship.”

To achieve this goal, Apollo Kitchens produced detailed and specialised finishes for the Jewel apartments. Unique handles were designed and sourced to highlight the symmetric shape and angled joinery for the pantries. The handles were manufactured from solid polished stainless
steel and added a real touch of elegance to the kitchens.

Other highlights included angled joinery, splayed smoke mirrors overhead, a 32mm curved feature panel to the island bench, a mirrored shadow line and coloured interior cabinetry. The kitchen designer allowed for three colour pallettes to be selected for the project. The penthouse’s kitchen and fixed joinery were enhanced by a natural timber veneer.

Peter said Apollo Kitchens has worked on projects neighbouring the Jewel. Apollo Kitchens produced and installed fixed joinery for Wentworth Point’s Savannah and Taiga developed by Sekisui House. “Nevertheless we fully committed our resources to ensure the Jewel project met deadlines and our high quality standards. We had several dispatch teams onsite at all times to receive, allocate and protect the kitchens and joinery, plus our installers and a dedicated Apollo Kitchens site manager.”

Apollo Kitchens celebrates its 50th anniversary next year and has four manufacturing plants and an additional four showrooms in New South Wales. They have also proudly announced that they will soon commission a new high tech factory to meet industry demand for the future.

“We intend to set a new benchmark for Australian manufacturing,” Peter said. “The new Smart Factory and Head Office will allow the company to continue its high quality and highly customisable offering for larger volume projects.”

The new facility will complement Apollo Kitchens’ stone, paint and cabinet manufacturing plants in New South Wales.

Apollo Kitchens provide fixed joinery solutions for projects ranging from high rise developments and to home renovations. Apollo Kitchens known for producing high quality and innovative kitchens. There showroom’s commercial success are a testament to home owners wanting an Apollo Kitchen in their house.

Apollo Kitchens is currently manufacturing and installing joinery for Skyrise in Parramatta, Lake Promenade in Rouse Hill Town Centre, Ashfield Central in Ashfield and Arlington Grove in Dulwich Hill. The company has completed Urban Apartments in Camperdown, Savannah and Taiga in Wentworth Point and Lumina in Ashfield.

Apollo Kitchens also has a substantial business in the project home building and home improvement market, with many builders and renovators choosing an Apollo Kitchen installation to add real value to their homes.

To facilitate customer access to the company’s kitchens, Apollo Kitchens has a spread of its showrooms from Smithfield in Western Sydney, Waterloo closer to the city centre, Beresfield in Newcastle and Erina on the Central Coast.


August 22, 2018
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