RE­FRESHED DE­SIGNS ON TREND

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Na­tional de­vel­oper Villa World has to­tally re­freshed its hous­ing range to de­liver a strik­ing col­lec­tion of colour schemes to com­ple­ment new bath­rooms, kitchens and street el­e­va­tions aimed at meet­ing the di­verse tastes of mod­ern home­buy­ers.

Crafted through a col­lab­o­ra­tion with renowned Queens­land de­sign firm DC8 Stu­dio, the col­lec­tion draws on the con­cepts of place and time to cre­ate dis­tinct moods and at­mos­pheres in Villa World’s new­est homes.

With 35 dif­fer­ent house de­signs and five new and up­dated fa­cade op­tions for each house type, Villa World de­liv­ers a range of more than 175 homes, each of them cri­tiqued and up­dated to make sure it re­mains at the fore­front of de­sign in­no­va­tion in its mar­ket sec­tor. The three in­te­rior colour schemes are in­spired by var­i­ous times of the day with Serene’s lighter tran­quil colours re­flect­ing the early morn­ing, Nat­u­ral’s warmer tones chan­nelling mid-af­ter­noon and the rich and bold Op­u­lent rem­i­nis­cent of twi­light to mid­night.

The seven new ex­te­rior colour schemes re­flect Aus­tralia’s di­verse land­scapes from Is­land Reef and Coastal through to Out­back and City Life, en­sur­ing an eclec­tic ar­ray of styles suit­able for Villa World’s di­verse com­mu­nity lo­ca­tions along the east­ern seaboard.

To com­ple­ment the new colours, Villa World has up­dated five new front el­e­va­tions for each of its 35 dif­fer­ent house types. These up­dated de­signs al­low Villa World to tai­lor each com­mu­nity to its de­mo­graphic and ge­og­ra­phy to pro­vide a va­ri­ety of streetscapes across its ad­dresses.

The fresh de­sign ap­proach is be­ing ini­tially rolled out at The Mead­ows com­mu­nity at Gra­hams Rd, Strath­pine and Cham­bers Ridge lo­cated at East Beau­mont Rd, Park Ridge.

Villa World’s na­tional prod­uct man­ager and ar­chi­tect An­drew Keag said the com­pany strove to de­sign bet­ter places for peo­ple to live and had re­worked its reper­toire to meet the ex­pec­ta­tions of a broad­en­ing client base – with con­ser­va­tive through to more so­phis­ti­cated de­sign­er­fo­cused tastes catered for.

“It is im­por­tant that our de­sign li­brary re­mains on trend and this de­sign re­fresh de­liv­ers on the lat­est trends,” Mr Keag said.

“We have worked tire­lessly with DC8, our in­ter­nal build team and sup­pli­ers to en­sure that we can de­liver qual­ity de­sign out­comes and fin­ishes that are typ­i­cally re­served for cus­tom de­sign homes.”

The shake-up has also seen kitchen and bath­room de­signs over­hauled to cre­ate more ar­chi­tec­tural-look­ing yet func­tional spa­ces, with a real fo­cus on de­tail to de­liver stylish aes­thetic places where fam­i­lies can en­joy mod­ern liv­ing.

Mr Keag said the process had been in­formed by the lat­est de­sign ideas, par­tic­u­larly in apart­ment liv­ing and re­sorts, and valu­able feed­back from cus­tomers.

The Mar­coola dis­play from Villa World is avail­able at Cham­bers Ridge, Park Ridge. The Moreton 21 dis­play is on show at The Mead­ows, Strath­pine (be­low).

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