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The Address Savannah

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About the Project

For, “The Address” at Wentworth Point – Savannah project, a leading operator, Apollo Kitchens, supplied and installed kitchens and bathroom joinery from to its usual exacting high standards.

Each kitchen features stone benchtops, soft-close draws and polished chrome fittings. The bathrooms were designed and installed in line with the kitchens. “The modern kitchen design contains several standout features including fresh two-tone veneer finish cabinets and island. We installed non-adjoining, hanging wall cabinets housing the range hood, adding to the aesthetics of this quality kitchen design,” said CEO, Peter Bader.

Apollo Kitchens assigned two teams to manage and install joinery over a four-month period. Delivering the cabinets for the kitchens into the high-rise was not a problem for this experienced company. It came down to logistics. “We had to work out what is best for the project by maximising the number of cabinets delivered to site and alleviate pressure on the site managers and operators.”

“Due to the tight access points, the delivery schedule was paramount to the project’s success. We had stringent coordination with the site manager to allow for the kitchens to be installed rapidly,” he said.

The kitchen range hood is encapsulated in a floating wall cabinet with v-grooves to create a traditional country style in the midst of a modern kitchen. This cabinet required creativity to suspend the cabinet and support the range hood. The doors are handle-less and the breakfast bars are layered with 50mm thick veneer panels at each end to produce a high quality finish. “Our manufacturing division used a unique process to achieve quality and uphold the style of the intended design,” said Peter.

The bathrooms were also designed in line with the kitchen, incorporating v-groove panelling behind shaving cabinets and open shelves. The bathroom also featured polished chrome fittings and stone benchtops.

Apollo Kitchens was established in 1968 and will celebrate their 50th year of servicing Australia next year. It is a leading kitchen design and manufacturing company of choice with four manufacturing plants between Sydney and Newcastle as well as showrooms in around New South Wales. They have the capacity to deliver and install high quality kitchens with a high degree of customisation. Their inhouse design team keep up-to-date with global trends.

“With a reputation built on innovative and flexible design, expert craftsmanship and exceptional service, we have become the kitchen company of choice for countless home owners, interior designers, builders and commercial developers,” said Peter, who is a member of the HIA’s Kitchens & Bathrooms Committee.

By mid 2017 Apollo Kitchens will open a new high-tech factory to boost their capacity by an additional 400 kitchens a week. The new factory and head office will allow the company to continue its high quality offering including larger-volume projects.

“The new facilities will complement our stone, paint and other cabinet manufacturing plants in New South Wales. This is an exciting new chapter for Apollo Kitchens and the industry will benefit immensely from this project as it will be able to produce customisable joinery at high volumes. It will set a new benchmark for Australia and the joinery manufacturing industry,” said Peter.

Apollo Kitchens has manufactured and installed joinery for Royal Shores at Ermington, DNA Apartments in Camperdown, Lumina in Ashfield, Harbour Mill in Pyrmont and Urban Apartments in Camperdown.

Apollo Kitchens is currently completing Taiga at Wentworth Point, Jewel at the Ferry Terminal, The Mint in Willoughby, Aurora Apartments in Homebush, Skyrise in Parramatta and Lake Promenade in Rouse Hill Town Centre. Apollo Kitchens will commence Arlington Grove in Dulwich Hill shortly.


August 1, 2017
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