This article is sponsored by 58 IPARRITYI
Called 58 IPARRITYI, the Kaurna name for Whitmore Square, the boutique mixed-use building has received high interest from prospective apartment buyers during its first week on the property market.
Sales Executive of 58 IPARRITYI, Paul Aoukar says the initial interest in the apartments has been fantastic, with many people excited about the prospect of moving into the area.
“The vision of the master plan for Whitmore Square coincides perfectly with the vision of what we seek to achieve with 58 IPARRITYI,” Aoukar says.
Melissa Pisanelli, the director of the developer Studio Simpatico, says she has lived in the city for the past decade and has used her experience to ensure every aspect of 58 IPARRITYI has been carefully considered to enhance city living.
“I adore the village living that the southwest quarter provides, it offers the convenience of city living bundled with a strong sense of community,” Pisanelli said.
“It’s exciting to see so many young couples and families moving into the area, as well as small businesses, and a surge of creative professionals.”
Pisanelli said the complex was designed with these people in mind and would “contribute to the colourful and rich heritage of the square”.
“The building is design-orientated with fully functional spaces thoughtfully designed to be lived in,” she said.
When creating 58 IPARRITYI, building designer Enzo Caroscio, known locally for his work on the SAHMRI and Bohem apartment complex, says he took inspiration from the creative architecture of the Labyrinth home of Xavier Corbero and Rome’s Palazzo della Civilta’ Italiana.
The building features setback and stepped upper levels, repetitive and varied window openings with symmetric arched framed loggias that will transform throughout the day by the contrast of shadows passing across at the façade.
“The composition and creative form of the building creates a boutique and sophisticated original addition to Whitmore Square,” Caroscio says.
Custom-made oversized arched windows and large Juliette balconies will allow natural light to flow and promote cross-ventilation to the generously sized homes, which also include architecturally designed kitchens with Miele appliances, ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning, large bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, and floor-to-ceiling tiled bathrooms with premium Caroma fittings and fixtures.
Studio Simpatico has commissioned local artists to provide a work of art for each level, including a permanent floral installation by Studio Botanic florist Nadia Travaglini, and each of the 23 bathrooms showcasing a hand-crafted basin by local ceramicist from Butter and Gravy, Samantha Faehrmann.
Apartments within 58 Iparrityi are on sale now, and construction is expected to begin in October 2021. For more information and to enquire about purchasing, see the website.