Kelly Hoppen interiors for replacement Sirius residential complex

Kelly Hoppen interiors for replacement Sirius residential complex
Kelly Hoppen interiors for replacement Sirius residential complex

The plans to replace Sydney Harbour’s Sirius building have been lodged.

With its public housing tenants relocated to the suburbs, developer JDH Capital, controlled by former Macquarie Bank executive Jean-Dominque Huynh, seeks 76 apartments.

Huynh bought the brutalist style in a Savills tender for around $150 million last year from the NSW government.

The plans show one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments, with penthouses with private swimming pools.

Interiors were designed by architecture firm BVN and leading British interior designer Kelly Hoppen.

Passionate about making her design ethos accessible to the masses, Kelly has authored nine books.

As a successful business woman she was awarded a CBE in October 2020 for her work in helping to promote British creativity, business and commerce globally.

Her current works in progress are dominated by China projects.

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