About the Project

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.

Working with Parkview, Apollo Kitchens provided kitchens, shaving cabinets and linen storage to 386 apartments over three towers at the Taiga site. The main tower standing 26 levels high. The design included finger pull cabinetry with coloured shadow line detail, soft-close doors and drawers and Polytec textured wood grain, and a mix of gloss Createc panel products. The apartments were designed with an option of two colour schemes. The kitchens were designed with integrated appliances, including fridges and dishwashers, while the penthouse-style living (from Level 21 upwards) included polyurethane painted door finishes.

Apollo Kitchens’ Managing Director Peter Bader said, “Taiga was another quality delivered project for the company of which we are proud to have been a part of. Apollo Kitchens have [previously] partnered with Parkview and Sekisui House to deliver the previous stage Savannah in Wentworth Point,” he said. “Wentworth Point is now a mature and robust hub for development and is progressing into an exceptional area for liveability. With the finalisation of nearby shopping and eatery districts, this development embodies the lifestyle exemplified by the area’s attraction.”

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 vanity areas.

Providing results that are aesthetically pleasing while also being practical, Apollo Kitchens have gained a well-deserved reputation for quality craftsmanship, innovation and flexible design, and have become the company of choice for builders and commercial developers, interior designers and home-owners due to their large capacity and dedicated team.

Apollo Kitchens are currently working on Marina Square in Wentworth Point for Billbergia, and have previously completed Jewel at the Olympic Ferry terminal for Payce/ Sekesui House in Wentworth Point and Royal Shores at Ermington. “Additionally, Apollo Kitchens are currently working on some of Sydney’s major commercial/residential developments,” adds Peter. “This includes Fairwater in Blacktown for Frasers Property, Ashfield Central in Ashfield for Abacus/ Ceerose, Arlington Grove in Dulwich Hill, for Galileo/Ceerose, Lake Promenade in Rouse Hill for Insight Capital Projects/Promina, Skyrise in Parramatta for Cowper Constructions and Oxford Central in Epping for Ceerose and Anglicare Retirement Village at The Ponds for PBS Builders to name a few.”

As well as working on many projects across New South Wales, Apollo Kitchens have recently opened their new Smart Factory, which is producing kitchens and joinery. “We intend to set a new benchmark for Australian manufacturing in our space,” says Peter. “The new Smart Factory and Head Office allows the company to continue their high quality and highly customisable offering for larger volume projects.”

“Most of the line is automated in the new factory, and we have also installed new software for the production and ordering process. This has streamlined much of our operation and allows Apollo Kitchens to increase its capacity in excess of 400 kitchens per week.”

“The industry is more demanding than in previous years. Our clients are starting to incorporate new systems and technologies to improve their processes. Our new Smart Factory enables Apollo Kitchens to meet industry demand and take on new projects as Australia continues to develop.”


September 28, 2019
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