Gold Coast Bulletin – Thursday, 12 Sep 2019 – Page 26

A GOLD COAST firm has been selected to fit out one of the most luxurious penthouses created this decade – atop the towering Soul Surfers Paradise.

Projects Queensland will undertake the high-end fitout for the penthouse’s new owners , Andrew and Nomiki Koloadin , who also engaged BDA Architects for the design and Condev Construction for their project build.

The penthouse has been vacant since the building was completed in 2012, with grand fit-out plans by former owner Hong Kong tycoon Tony Fung never reaching fruition.

Projects Queensland executive Manuel Pena said the completed penthouse would feature five bedrooms with vast walk-in wardrobes, six bathrooms, two powder rooms, dining and sitting rooms, two lounges, a cigar lounge and bar.

The penthouse has been a bare shell since the building was completed in 2012.

“It’s a spectacular location  on the beach with 360 degree breathtaking views and a total floor area of around 1050sq m,” he said.

“The layout and design will feature herringbone timber floors, a state-of-the-art kitchen, stone benchtops, an outdoor pool and an automated system for lighting, airconditioning and blinds.

“Floor space has also been increased with window realignments .”

Projects Queensland was also behind the internal fit-out of the $10 million Ferrari dealership at Southport, $15 million of work on seven of Pacific Fair’s high-end boutiques and the Abedian School of Architecture at Bond University.