At the forefront of luxury interior design, Melbourne’s CoLAB Design Studio doesn’t leave developing narratives to marketing and advertising teams, they are pioneering a new technique to distinguish and uniquely brand property projects.
“We focus on creating and telling a story through the interior design features and palate that brings the narrative to life around a project or location that ultimately becomes the key selling point buyers want to invest in,” CoLAB Design Studio co-founder Anna Drummond explains.
“Inspiration is drawn from the challenge to develop a personalised brand identity for every project. We are committed to creating interior design outcomes that are unexpected, inspiring and memorable.
“The narrative we develop and the design we use to bring it to life are buildable solutions that property developers such as Adepto Co are using to differentiate key projects such as Mr Knox in Ringwood.
“CoLAB interiors are a direct translation of our client’s character, interpreted into a style that is uniquely their own. This design ethos is applied across a full range of project types including multi-residential developments and single dwelling residential.”
CoLAB Design Studio is the creative flair behind more than five of Adepto Co’s residential projects and iconic designs such as Quick Brown Fox in Melbourne Central, APIA’s retail insurance branches and Gewurzhaus in Lygon Street and the Block Arcade.
Stunning residential projects have included Alfred Street, Prahan, Quay West Penthouse and Eaglemont House.
Partnering with Adepto Co, CoLAB Design Studio has also provided the indulgent interior design for Luxe in Templestowe and the Abby in Balwyn.