FiftyTwo Black Brighton

Albert Review: This Elegant, Light-Filled Melbourne Penthouse Is Exclusively Furnished In Ralph Lauren Home

Luxury residential address Fifty Two Black synthesises heritage design with the inherently relaxed sophistication of Brighton, Melbourne. Spanning four exclusive residences and one sprawling penthouse, Fifty Two Black is the result of a collaboration between Melbourne-based developed PB&Co., award-winning architects Nicholas Day and Gregory Tuck, and internationally renowned interior designer Meg Sharpe.

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Furnished exclusively in Ralph Lauren Home, the residences at Fifty Two Black combine style and elegance with the innately relaxed Australian lifestyle, expressed through the use of rich materials like fine china, crystal, silver, and bed and bath linens in lavish fabrics. Fittings in tones of brass, silver, and polished nickel serve to complement the chevron light oat floors and mosaic marble tiling while statement lighting, chandeliers, and furniture work to create an element of splendour in every room.

Representing the pinnacle in luxury residential living, every facet of the residences at Fifty Two Black has been considered. “The level of detail and sheer volume of furniture and accessories is unprecedented – all owners will need to bring with them is their toiletries, everything from the bathrobes and framed art to crockery and crystal will be hand-selected and waiting for them,” said Michael Pesochinsky, president of PB&Co.

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