REFRESHED DESIGNS ON TREND
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).