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sydney infinity development

07 Oct Sydney Infinity Development – Crown Group’s Luxurious Apartments

The names of luxurious developments are just as important as the residences themselves. The name must perfectly capture the spirit of the building and set the tone for the apartments. As soon as one sees the Sydney Infinity Development, they will understand why ‘Infinity’ is the perfect description for these luxury apartments. Architect of the Infinity development, Koichi Takada, said of the design, “In incorporating new ideas in the future of...

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skye luxury apartments

31 Aug Skye Luxury Apartments – Inside Sydney’s Most Elegant Residences

Sydney is full of luxury developments so new projects are always looking to set themselves apart from their competition in the area. One way to rise above the other developments, apart from the service and amenities, is by incorporating the latest modern designs to give the development a distinct identity. The Crown Group is known for creating unique luxury developments and they have done it once again with the Skye...

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hamptons luxury apartments

19 Aug Hamptons Luxury Apartments – Harbor’s Edge

The row of homes along the world-famous stretch of beach known as the Hamptons in New York are also well-known for their very specific interior design trends. Beach elements like sand, water and expansive light have a strong presence in the design and décor of those homes. Those elements translate well to the new Hamptons luxury apartments, the Harbor’s Edge, which are finally available after years of delays. The Harbor’s Edge...

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space saving trends

10 Jun Apartment Space Saving Trends From Japan

Making the most of small spaces is all about smart usage of space, multi-purpose furniture and organisation. In metropolitan areas all around the world, particularly in large cities such as Tokyo, city blocks are notorious for being packed with small apartments. If you’re short on space, take these space saving trends from Japanese architects and designers and apply them to your apartment. The typical Japanese apartment is about 37 square metres...

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