Mirvac’s Wharfside Residences offer sophisticated living in Yarra’s Edge, Melbourne’s tranquil waterfront village. Just metres from the Yarra River and on the cusp of the CBD, Mirvac’s final Wharfside Residence is a luxurious four-storey home with light-filled, open-plan living and high-end design. The Mirvac Design team collaborated with DOMO and DMP Creative to merge contemporary architecture, sophisticated furniture and fine art to create an exceptional living experience surrounded by spectacular views.
Pictured above: Main living space with DOMO Outdoor living furniture available
The main living space on the third floor flows out to a rooftop terrace and has floor-to-ceiling windows for plenty of natural light and stunning north-facing views of the city. “We wanted to create a highly sophisticated art gallery-style atmosphere where quality, bespoke design is the central theme,” says Elysa Anderson, Mirvac General Manager Residential Victoria. The Ligne Roset Ploum sofa has a rounded, sculptural form and faces Duviver’s Karusa coffee table, which has a minimalist design and high-gloss glass surface for high-end luxe.
The kitchen and dining table are across the landing from the living area, and Ligne Roset’s Anda armchair occupies the corner and is upholstered in textured cream fabric so as not to detract from the view. “The Anda’s sculptural form is similar enough to the Ploum to continue the conversation between the two rooms, but different and bold enough to command attention in its own right,” says Dave Puckering, DMP Creative.
Pictured above: Dining area (left) and kitchen (right)
The design team paired the Ligne Roset Odessa dining table with the DOMO Furniture Chicago dining chair, complementing and contrasting the slender, clean-cut lines of the table with the rounded, enveloping form of the upholstered chair. “An upholstered dining chair is essential for those long, luxurious dinner parties and the Chicago ticks all the boxes,” Dave says. Seating in the kitchen comprises DOMO Furniture’s L.A. bar stool.
A second living room on the top floor offers expansive views to Melbourne’s CBD and the Bolte Bridge and has a more relaxed style without compromising on design. Muted greys and earthy colours create a calming space, with soft leather and natural wool and linens reinforcing the notion of comfort and rest. The Ligne Roset Passe Passe coat racks sit in the corner but can be easily moved around making them a versatile and contemporary addition to any home. The HC28 Jour sideboard in black and timber is positioned against the wall, with two DOMO Alabaster table lamps (also now available in black) on top. “The sideboard is a stunning exercise in pared-back luxury. The quality of the materials does all the talking thanks to the chic, minimal design,” says Dave.
The master bedroom exudes comfort and luxury with the HC28 Earl Bed and Ligne Roset Pumpkin armchairs, that are especially cosy to curl up in. A soft, tactile and muted palette is accented with vibrant blues and yellows to complement the colourful artwork curated by Artbank.