Surrounded by the breathtaking sandstone cliffs of Sydney’s iconic beaches, Bower Manly, designed by Mim Design and Koichi Takada Architects (KTA) for developer CostaFox, draws on unsurpassed panoramic ocean views to seamlessly integrate person and place across six stunning residences. Tasked with inviting the outside in, Mim Design established an interior design narrative inspired by Japanese minimalism and a reverence for nature. Seamlessly integrated with the work of KTA, clean lines, organic materials and a sense of refinement result in elemental authenticity; a luxurious yet organic experience in harmony with its surrounds. With architectural form designed to work with, rather than against the environment, Mim Design employed a neutral material palette to mirror the coastal outlook accessed via expansive balconies and frameless glass balustrades. Natural stone, textural timber and polished plaster reference coastal iconography such as seaside rocks, beached driftwood and sandstone cliffs, resulting in visual unity that encourages uninterrupted sensory connection.