Enduring Modern Design at Fabric

Market Insights
2 years ago
4 minutes

Arrestingly designed by Melbourne-based Cera Stribley Architects, Fabric marks a new standard in sustainable cosmopolitan living. Dwellings at Fabric are designed in a timeless minimalist geometric format, with extensive storage integrations.

Construction has now commenced for Fabric. A limited assortment of one, two, and three-bedroom apartments are on offer at this address, already popular due to its prized Caulfield South location.

A durable home for sustainable living

Fabric is an expression of timeless design, honest materiality and natural beauty. Click here to learn more. 

Using honest, natural materials, the fit-outs throughout Fabric exude elegance. Interiors draw from an earthy, natural palette, and use subtle textural variations to balance a strong modern design and create a sense of retreat-style opulence.

Fabric boasts up to a tremendous 8.7 star NatHERS energy rating.  Windows showcasing bay and city views are expertly glazed for noise reduction and temperature efficiency. High-quality travertine, timber flooring, and loop pile carpet feature throughout, demonstrating an emphasis on durability across interior design selections. Signorino natural stone features extensively, forming the kitchen stovetop, splashbacks, a stone island and rear bench, laundry room worktop, and bathroom surfaces.

Miele appliances are subtly concealed throughout joinery, optimising the everyday usability of worktops and spatial navigation. Larger Fabric apartments also feature a generous double-door pantry. 

Your home at Fabric is poised to evolve with your life, without requiring modifications or upgrades.

Subtle integrations for remarkable functionality

Fabric's open-plan living, kitchen and dining areas present an exemplary standard of luxury. Click here to learn more. 

Fabric dwellings are configured with retreat-style fine details as well as luxury fixtures and fittings. Bathrooms boast reeded glass shower screens and sleek polished chrome tapware, making for a compelling space visually and experientially. Superbly landscaped private terraces take open-plan living to a new dimension at Fabric, and create seamless indoor-outdoor living. Inside, high ceilings and full-length mirrors allow an abundance of light throughout your home. Some homes also include a magnificent fireplace in the living room, set against a beautifully crafted stone plinth.

Integrated storage is abundant throughout your Fabric home. Joinery conceals a suite of storage solutions throughout the living space, and numerous open shelves provide storage and interior decorating options. Bedrooms feature highly practical built-in-robe storage configurations, including concealed shelving and drawers, and double-height clothes hanging zones. Apartments also feature a demarcated study space, with inbuilt desk drawers and additional open shelving.

Immerse yourself in one of Melbourne’s most refined locales

Fabric features stunning bay & city views. Click here to learn more. 

Cosmopolitan and extremely well-connected, Fabric is just moments from the heart of Elsternwick. Fabric residents will be surrounded by vibrant cultural opportunities and verdant parklands.

The finest of Melbourne coffee culture, bars, and restaurants can be found along Glen Huntly Road and nearby in Caulfield South. The area has stayed true to its historical European influences, despite attracting significant growth in recent years due to the popularity of its village atmosphere. Hanoi Hannah Vol. II, Hunter & Co Deli, Woodfrog Bakery and Attica are just some of the excellent food and beverage options to explore nearby. A Woolworths supermarket is also conveniently close.

Classic Cinemas Elsternwick, which dates back to the early 1900s, is a terrific local spot to catch a movie, whilst the Avenue Bookstore will provide your next compelling read. Fabric is also near the historic grounds of the Rippon Lea Estate and the fabulous expanses of Hopetoun Gardens. With Booran Reserve, Elsternwick Station Reserve, Elwood Beach, Princes Park, and Harleston Park also local, the recreational possibilities are endless.. Educational possibilities are also glowing, with options such as Caufield Primary School, Caufield Grammar School, Shelford Girls’ Grammar, and Wesley College. Caulfield Hospital is also nearby.

Buses and the number 67 tram are exceedingly well-connected to Glen Huntly Road. Fabric residents can also hop on a Sandringham line train to reach the Melbourne CBD in less than twenty minutes.

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