Get to know Blainey North and their Best Design Projects ⇒ Blainey North & Associates is a global design firm specialising in interior architecture and the design of luxury environments. Today, Most Expensive Homes Blog will show you some of the best projects by Blainey North. Be amazed by our list of 10 best projects and get inspired for your next design project.
The Art of Flight
The Hindu planning principles of alignment and space influenced the architectural design of this grand waterfront residence in Sydney. Combined with a nod to 20th Century French Architecture. Ancient Gridwork project is an abundance of natural light that echoes through each floor through the steel-framed decorative skylights.
Inspired by the idea of taking a modern, simplistic architectural shell and cloaking it with a new layer, they essentially recreated the interior of the home with the idea of imposing a new sense of opulence through very simple and almost brutalist detailing.
Unexpected moments of beauty created via the subtle complexities of reflection was the primary idea behind the reinvention of a private residence into a revolutionary clinic. Quiet and discrete on the outside, the interior combines flashes of artisanal luxury with pared-back elegance and finely calibrated custom detailing.
Subverting traditional yacht design, the 54-metre Baglietto Superyacht, Mischief, was reimagined breaking down the historical conventions of maritime interiors. Gone are the traditional navy hues, and instead are replaced with a dramatic Yves Klein ultramarine blue.
This house is one of the most rigorous and complex works that Blainey North made. The materials of concrete, marble, lacquer, brass and marble all slide past each other in a kinetic matrix of volumes. Winner of the International Interior Design and Architecture Award for Residences over 15M in 2017 Finalist in the Society of British and International Design Awards 2018.
By drawing attention to the edge, outlining it almost, framing views both internal and external and exploiting the sense that this apartment is on the edge of the world, it creates connections that transcend expectation.
Representing a chivalric age of glamour and power, the idea of a golden chamber was explored within the creation of a three-story private residence in Sydney. Integrating light in both the architectural and interior elements, an illusionary effect of infinite space was created, composing bold reflections into sculptural and built forms, magnetizing endless lines, shadows, and texture.
Inspired by the ancient process of cartography, the location of the residence is on the cusp of Sydney’s Central Business District. This is conveyed within the interior of this private residence where a formal living room onlooking the Sydney Harbour Bridge motorway sees a wave of colored lines repeat in patterns from day tonight. Therefore, within the interior creating directional lines within the custom joinery elements, rugs, woven furniture upholstery, and detailed lines.
Inspired by the work of fashion designer Iris Van Herpen and her Lucid AW16 Collection the relationship between the individual and the force of nature is explored within the design of a private inner-city residence in Sydney. Acting on a playful dream which extends into the realm of abstract, bold yet calming tones exudes off one of Martine Emdur’s paintings which hang in situ in the space.