Curate a designer Space at Sunday

Market Insights
2 years ago
3 minutes

Architecturally designed and fully formed, the seven luxury residences at Sunday have every consideration front of mind. It only takes one look at the reputation of those who have brought Sunday to life — DKO Architecture, Mim Design and Eckersley Garden Architecture — to envision the consideration instilled in these residences.

Now, the team at Sunday is offering an additional incentive to purchasers of the final four apartments via a $30,000 voucher to use at design retailer Space furniture.

Space launched in 1993 and has established itself as the leading voice in design retailing in Australia. Today Space is home to the largest collection of contemporary design in the region and Space has developed close partnerships with the world’s best luxury brands and designers. The collection is curated by Space’s professional design team to meet the specific needs of design lovers, and the broader requirements of the architecture and design industry, offering endless scope for purchasers of high-end residences such as the Sunday project.


With an abundance of space, breathtaking views and natural light, Sunday is the perfect backdrop for some of the world’s most iconic furniture designs. The open-plan kitchen, living and dining provide the ultimate gathering space, ideal for Patricia Urquiola’s Tufty-Too Sofa which balances style and comfort. If you’re after a unique, truly showstopping piece of furniture, there’s Gaetano Pesce’s La Mamma armchair with the ottoman sphere – which is sure to be a talking point when you have visitors over.

Space also offers a curated selection of dining tables and chairs in a range of materials including timber, metal and leather to suit any personal style. Eugeni Quitllet and Philippe Starck’s Kartell Masters Chair will make dinner an opulent experience while Front’s Porro Gentle Chair adds a sleek, contemporary touch.


The layouts are elevated by a curated selection of high-end finishes including natural marble, hand-blown Murano glass lighting, natural timber floorboards, bespoke joinery, 100% wool carpets, and a host of integrated European appliances.

Across all apartments, the master bedrooms have been designed with comfort front of mind, and feature wall-to-wall built-in robes, wool carpet and extremely generous ensuites. To complete the relaxing ambience, Space offers a modern Richard Bed by Antonio Citterio. Alternatively, you can complement your existing furniture with a designer rug – we love Moooi Carpets Scribble from Front’s handmade signature collection. This will easily add a splash of colour that’s not too overpowering.

No home is complete without an office – but that doesn’t mean it can’t have life or a personality of its own. You can add both functionality and stylistic intrigue with Ron Arad’s wall-mounted Kartell Bookworm shelf. Similarly, take your work-from-home days up a notch with a customisable Antonio Citterio luta desk chair that harmoniously marries form and functionality.


Situated in a tightly held pocket of South Yarra – one of Melbourne’s most vibrant, cultural hubs – there’s a reason this development is a stand-out in the luxury property market.

Sunday apartments are selling out fast, having piqued the interest of buyers for a taste for the finer things in life. Only four apartments – featuring both two- and three-bedroom floorplans – remain, starting at $2,766,000. This, together with the limited-time Space offer is expected to accelerate interest in the development.

So, if you’re searching for an enviable lifestyle punctuated by artful design, enquire about Sunday in South Yarra today.