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In the Press: Pairing with PARISI for Premium Finishes

Mera Cammeray has been capturing hearts with its curvilinear design, but the premium interior details within its residences are also attracting attention for all the right reasons.

A recent article by Custom Homes Online explores the designer PARISI tapware, towel rails, shower heads and mixers featured within the residences of the newly completed development at 361 Miller Street, Cammeray.

The organic curves of the project’s exterior have been reflected throughout each home, with fixtures thoughtfully chosen to complement the streamlined and modern aesthetic. PARISI is known for its blend of quality and design, working with Italian supply partners to create pieces that are specifically designed for the unique Australian lifestyle.

Residents are now enjoying the quality features and amenities at Mera Cammeray, the new community of just 14 luxury apartments. Local demand for these homes has been strong, with 90% of sales from either the Eastern suburbs or the Lower North Shore.

The design by award-winning PBD Architects includes a spectacular rooftop garden styled by Coco Republic, together with an outdoor kitchen, barbecue, wine fridge and three entertaining spaces. Apartment interiors flow on from the organic theme with natural textures and colours. With PARISI’s designer bathroom fixtures and Gaggenau appliances in the kitchen, no detail has been spared in these exceptional residences by Central Element.To read the full article, visit Custom Homes Online.

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