Providing kitchen joinery and complementary joinery at Royal Shores Ermington, with more than 600 apartments, Apollo Kitchens’ objective on the project was to deliver a high quality kitchen with a unique theme and materials. There is no doubt the company achieved this objective seamlessly.
Celebrating Ermington’s rich naval history, Royal Shores brings to life Sydney’s newest waterfront living experience. Throughout the architecture, the navel theme is upheld with the use of unique materials, including thermos-laminated wall cabinet doors with v-grooved panels and framed panels.
A diamond mesh on cabinet doors also married in with the sea-shanty feel. The intranet exposed rivet screws, with full detail, for a clear and authentic finish.
“The specialised materials were not an issue for Apollo Kitchens,” says Peter Bader, Managing Director of Apollo Kitchens. “Our staff are experienced and disciplined in delivering projects with a high level of detail.”Large floor plates also required multiple Apollo teams to complete works on the development’s levels at a rapid pace.
“Our project management team worked closely with other tradespeople to deliver the project on time and in full based on client schedules and to specifications,” adds Peter. “We have the capability to create unique pieces that bring more character into kitchens. We enjoyed working on this project as it gave the team a platform to showcase their talent.”
Founded in 1968, the family-owned and operated Apollo Kitchens are experts in the design, manufacture and installation of kitchens as well as vanity and laundry joinery. The company has a passion and a strong commitment to delivering Australia’s best kitchens and vanities.
This dedication is evident in Apollo Kitchens’ outstanding results, including designs that are aesthetically pleasing while also being practical. This has seen Apollo gain a well deserved reputation for quality craftsmanship, innovation and flexible design, and become the company of choice for builders and commercial developers, interior designers and home owners.
Additionally, as one of the nation’s leading kitchen design and manufacture businesses, Apollo Kitchens’ advanced, modern facilities enables them to produce quality products and keep up with a project’s program.
Capacity is not an issue for Apollo Kitchens as they plan to launch a new state-of-the-art, high-tech factory in early 2017.
“The facility will increase our capacity by an additional 400 kitchens per week when required,” explains Peter. “It will be an Australian first and will set a new benchmark for the manufacturing industry, and will handle large volume projects with a high level of detail and quality.”
“The new head office and automated factory will complement our stone, paint and cabinet manufacturing plants in New South Wales,” he adds. “Our new system will be able to create real time communication between our clients and the factory floor.”
“This is a new chapter for Apollo Kitchens and the industry will benefit immensely from this project and we invite our valued customers to join us on this journey.”
As well as an extensive portfolio of work on substantial developments such as Royal Shores, Apollo has several projects earmarked for the future.
These projects include a number of developments for Ceerose – Urban Apartments in Camperdown, The Mint (Willoughby), and Lumina (Ashfield). Apollo Kitchens is also scheduled to undertake works on ‛Jewel’ at the Ferry Terminal (Wentworth Point) for Dasco PAYCE and ‛Tiaga’ (also at Wentworth Point) for Sekesui to name but a few.