Flinders Lane Apartment by Shelley Roberts Architects is a stylish city pad within what used to be an old textile factory in the heart of Melbourne. For almost 20 years, apartments in Sargood House have been among the most sought-after conversions in the city.
Built in 1929, the building was originally a warehouse for the Sargood family during the rag trade days. Its conversion in 1998 caught the attention of those looking for a stylish city residence that was considerably larger than any New York-style apartment on the Melbourne market. Dark timber, sash windows and pops of colour shown in the furniture and artwork make this home a warm and welcoming place to live in that has a multi-layered history.
Tongue n Groove solid engineered European oak floorboards in the Otta colour, Eterno classic wire-brushed finish and Piccolo format feature throughout the interior of this apartment. With its dark pewter grey tones and brown undertones, Otta is a unique colour that works in a range of environments, including this stunning apartment.