Inspired by the French Riviera: Inside the Coco Republic-curated interiors at Florian

The French Riviera, also known as the Côte d’Azur, is a coastal region in the southeast of France, stretching from Saint-Tropez to Menton.

Known for its glamorous resorts, picturesque coastal towns, crystal-clear waters, and sunny climate, the area has long been an inspiration for designers around the world, with the idealistic landscape often displaying a sense of calm and luxury. 

Pacifico Investments have utilised the experience of renowned interior designs, Coco Republic for their Surfers Paradise development, Florian, which draws on the Riviera for its design. 

Florian 42 Monaco Street, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217

In combination with Mode Architects, the river-fronting Florian will deliver just 45 residences upon completion, with a mix of two and three-bedroom apartments. 

Taking full advantage of the site’s coastal locale, Coco Republic have transformed the residences into personal sanctuaries, drawing on the setting of the waterways which evoke a calm and serene experience within each. 

Full-height glass and high ceilings invite an abundance of natural light into the homes, while also revealing vistas to the wider Gold Coast landscape from the oversized balconies that adjoin each interior. 

Florian 42 Monaco Street, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217

Following an open plan design, the living, kitchen and dining areas incorporate timber floors, creating a layer of warmth, while considered joinery and stone islands further reference the idea of the natural. 

Coco Republic’s wealth of knowledge ensures spacious furniture layouts through the apartments, which further benefits the versatile spaces found in the apartments, which come in the form of multi-purpose rooms, easily adapting to every buyer’s needs and lifestyle choices.

Optimal storage options have also been provided throughout, giving more room for the residences to feature a considered design and layout. 

Florian 42 Monaco Street, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217

The master suites incorporate textural wool carpet before flowing seamlessly into walk-in robes and ensuites, which have been appointed with a natural palette, stone, timber and brushed brass, drawing further on the Riviera inspiration. 

Slated for completion by 2025, two and three-bedroom apartments can still be purchased in Florian, with floorplans spanning from 125 sqm through to 155 sqm. 

Article source: www.urban.com.au

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