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Treeby Parklands Care Community Interiors

The interior design theme for Treeby Parklands Care Community has been derived from its landscaped courtyards and gardens. ‘Landscape is King’ is about bringing the outside to the inside through the layering of materials, colour and texture.

Interior spaces have views and access to outdoor landscaped courtyards and gardens, with lounges, dining, activity and sitting areas strategically placed to take advantage of these views. The interior palette and selections are reminiscent of the ever-changing views, fragrances, textures and bird life from the outside, giving warmth and a sense of familiarity. The entry lobby greets users with an unexpected double height void and cascading pendant lights, fireplace, rich textures and patterns with earthy tones. These rich tones, textures and patterns continue through to the reception, café and day spa, giving a sense of opulence.

Patterned carpets, warm timbers, textured wallpapers and playful tile selections throughout the home give each space their own identity which helps residents navigate their way through the building. Corridors are light, bright and airy with textured flooring, wallpaper and memory boxes to break up the monolithic nature they can bring, with glazing and sitting areas at each end to negate the feel of a dead end.

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Casa Cabrini Interiors

The interior palette and design for Italian Aged Care is one of classic familiarity and modern integrity.

The materiality used throughout is reminiscent of Italy, with earthy and coastal colours and patterns found in organic tiles, wine and ocean coloured carpets in common areas, aegean coloured feature bedroom walls and use of natural timbers. Clean lines with bold accent colours create an open feel, all keeping a modern interior.

Subtle wayfinding is applied to the buildings central core and dining room feature walls through the use of textured wallpapers with warm tones visible from resident corridors. Internal courtyards enable natural light to flood into corridors and resident bedrooms, giving an overall feeling of openness and calm.The outlook from the lounges and dining rooms is over newly created promenades, surrounding tree tops and streets, providing a point of interest and conversation for the residents.


Koh-I-Noor Contemporary Aged Care Interiors

The soft interior colour palette and natural materials selections of Koh-I-Noor Contemporary Aged Care create the feel of a warm home for its residents, their families and staff.

Common areas are not separated and closed off, although some do have the ability to be private rooms with operable walls, and are connected through open wide corridors. Keeping the common areas open to the corridors allows constant socialising and natural light to flow with the feel of open plan living.

The colour palette and wayfinding scheme is named after and themed on the local lakes of Jualbup, Jackadder, Herdsman, Perry and Monger. It is integral to the design of Koh-I-Noor and provides a welcoming familiarity to those making the transition to their new home. KPA created and designed custom imagery artwork, each responding to its themed wing, to help residents identify where they are in the building and to help find their way around. The wayfinding and artwork provide a connection through imagery, which is meaningful and reminiscent to residents. This is evident in the internal activity and common areas which are highlighted through colours, patterns, images and shapes from the natural park land surroundings and historical urban development sites.

Bethanie Gwelup Interiors

The simple material and colour palette of Bethanie Gwelup helps residents feel comfortable within their homes and communal areas.

The arrangement and design of spaces allow for ease of access and circulation whilst providing for the residents everyday needs. This thought process is evident throughout development from  communal areas to the homes of the residents. With calm soft colours and subtle textures and fabrics, Bethanie Gwelup is unique in providing a palette that creates inviting spaces for the residents, their visitors and staff.

Eaton Fair Shopping Centre Interiors

The interior spaces for Eaton Fair range from existing malls, new malls and a main street.

The new malls are wide and spacious with light flooding through from high voids. Timber ceiling panels add warmth and scale whilst the feature pendant lights add a touch of elegance. The main street has an indoor / outdoor feel and connects with the town square. Filled with trees, park benches, paving and sunlight the main street provides a different and unique shopping experience.