Dover Heights - Kitchen, Bathrooms & Interior design by Minosa

Dover Heights Project
Award Winning Interior Design by Minosa - Kitchen, Bathrooms, Parents Retreat, Study, informal and Formal Areas and other interior spaces
Bathrooms Feature the Minosa range of washbasins and furniture pieces and the stunning Gessi Ovale tapware.


The Kitchen has just been awarded NSW Large kitchen by the KBDI (kitchen & bathroom design institute) Darren Genner also received the NSW Kitchen Design of the Year award, KBDI Large bathroom design of the year NSW & NSW KBDI Bathroom designer of the Year & The KBDI Australian Bathroom Designer of the Year Award 2013 
See links below for more information on these individual spaces created by Darren & the Minosa design team.


This stunning home is set over 6 levels and boasts one of the most sort after views in Sydney, from Bondi beach thru to the Opera House & Harbour bridge. The design of this home captures these stunning views perfectly from every level. Each floor has its own functions and each are breathtaking in their own right the highlights for us have to be the kitchen and the parents retreat, the engagement with the natural rock cliff face is something else!!!
We have a lot of incredible images to share with you from this amazing site but we have to wait for the magazines to do their features...you can view in the Minosa Design studio





















































A Recent review of the property by Prue Miller





Rarely does a house shock me, and even more rarely is that shock welcome, so believe me when I say this is a one in a million property, that I would walk over hot stones to own - Prue Miller (the property writer)

Over 6 levels (you enter on level 2) the property sits dramatically against the cliff face – it’s sandstone features often acknowledged by the architecture.

Concrete construction is not hidden as the enormous view – which reaches as far as the Opera House pours into ever room.

Proportions are superb and the every design element unique and sublime.

The ensuite? Out of this world! Impressive doesn’t even touch this one. If you have $7 million – spend it here. It’ll break the current $6.7 current record, as it should.

Prue Miller writes a column for the Sunday Telegraph

Dover Heights - Interior Design by Minosa

 

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