Designed by two award-winning, emerging architects #TheBaeTAS is a cleverly reimagined 70's bedsit. The plywood interior conceals and reveals, like a jewellery box enticing the guests to explore and adapt the space as they like.
The Bae is a study in small space living. The architecturally designed micro luxe apartment puts the 'all' in small, maximising every square millimetre of its 26.5m2 footprint to deliver an adaptable space with all of the creature comforts of home.
The plywood interior and skylights help create a calming effect within the space, which feels much bigger than its footprint might otherwise suggest. The bed conveniently folds away and the kitchen and bathroom can be completely hidden. The kitchen and bathroom have been reduced to just the essentials however the finishes and brass fittings add delight and hint of luxury.
Located on the top floor of a 70's apartment building, the apartment enjoys vast water views and is bathed in light. Being just a short walk to the Sandy Bay shopping precinct, Battery Point and Salamanca district makes this apartment the perfect base for exploring Hobart.
The Bae is the (baby) sister to #TheBarnTas and was designed and built by architects Liz Walsh and Alex Nielsen.
The apartment is located in the Hobart suburb of Sandy Bay which can be found immediately South of Hobart's CBD adjoining Battery Point and the Derwent River. As its name suggests Sandy Bay is characterised by some of Hobart's best city beaches and recreational areas. There are plenty of restaurants nearby and is a lovely area for walking along the nearby waterfront or to Battery Point and the Salamanca Markets.
The nearest major airport to Hobart is the Hobart International Airport. It takes around 20 minutes to get to the city centre from the airport by car. It is recommended to hire a car if you don't have one as public transport is limited and a car is the best way to explore Hobart and the surrounding region. If you don't have a car, there is an hourly bus from the Airport to the city centre which takes around 35 minutes.
Address: Sandy Bay, Tasmania, AustraliaView larger map