BALMAIN APARTMENTS
3581
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BALMAIN APARTMENTS

9 NICHOLSON STREET, BALMAIN EAST

Category:
Design & Construct

730m2

Objectives
PMG Group were approached by an industry client, to bring the apartment block where she resides into the 21st century. The Strata Board sought to modernise their main entrance lobby with the refurbishment to extend throughout the common areas on every floor. The main entrance lobby needed a future-proofed design to keep the space current for the next 20 years; a design which enhanced the space and reflected the gorgeous Balmain location. Each lift lobby required a refresh to move away from the traditional vermiculite ceilings of the 1960’s building.

Outcome
The foyer and common areas on each floor have been completely reborn to not only welcome residents and guests but add value to their property investment. The classic look with a luxe modern twist suits the demographics of the residents and the local Balmain vibe. The use of bronze mirror, travertine wall tiles and floor terrazzo tiles presents a contrast with the black doors and skirting and the timber slatted ceiling. Modern feature lights and soft furnishings complete the space. Each floor lobby has been refreshed with new ceilings, lights, signage and carpet.

Highlights

A total transformation has been achieved. You would never guess you are in the same space and the results will continue to impress the residents and their visitors for the desired long term. The lobby now envelopes residents and guests with warmth. The plush materials and the selection of perfect artwork and rugs has successfully created the feel of a high-end boutique hotel. Within a week of handover we received a referral call from someone who has visited a resident and sought our help for their own building.