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The Reserve


Mancini Made surge to the fore with the interior design and build of this home. Featuring high-performance appliances by Fisher & Paykel, the residence is adapted to the rhythm of domestic life.

Located in Williamstown, the first port settlement of Melbourne, the design of The Reserve is imbued with elements of its surrounding coastal setting. Whilst the suburb offers a sweeping view of Melbourne from across the water – the only vista of its kind – a related sense of openness and ease flows through The Reserve, presenting the home as a place of relaxation.

Mancini Made ensures that the interior design of The Reserve embodies understated luxury. The internal space is softly defined using a curve motif, visible in the island bench and bar, whilst a restrained approach to materiality sees stone and a George Fethers wooden floor exist in delicate harmony. Experimentally, Mancini Made combines light dove grey joinery with silver ash stone and a darker floor, establishing a nuanced colour palette of surprising warmth. By using azure blue inside the amenity bar in the kitchen – another unexpected element – a dynamic colour contrast is added to the entertainment space.

– Design & Build

, Melbourne

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