Project Features

Beyond Trends: Dosse Studio & Premier Traditional Homes unveil their latest project, Albany.

In the heart of Melbourne, the Albany project is a collaborative effort between designer Dosse Studio, architect BBOT Designs and builder Premier Traditional Homes



Led by Jem Juthamat, the team behind Dosse Studio have a diverse portfolio in both residential and commercial design.  "Our approach is holistic, encompassing everything from new constructions and renovations to colour consultations and bespoke styling," Juthamat explains. Their design philosophy is fluid, marrying traditional elements with modernism by playing with texture and shape all within a minimalist colour palette.


Working alongside the team of architectural professionals at BBOT Designs, the Albany Project is a modern take on a more traditional design aesthetic. The team achieved this staying away from trends, and rather focusing on selecting timeless finishes that worked cohesively. The colour palette, predominantly neutral, integrates natural elements such as timber, terrazzo and concrete throughout the home.



There is a high level of detail and texture woven into every facet of the home's finish. The bathrooms capitalise on their generous footprint with floor to ceiling large format tiles. This both accentuates the ceiling height and gives a sense of vastness to the rooms. 


For the Primary Bathroom, the focal point is the custom timber vanity that mirrors the thin shaker style detailing of the kitchen. Sitting on a backdrop of soft grey terrazzo tiles, the room's dimensions are further elongated by twin custom mirrors and a skylight. Nood Co’s Pill Basins in Ivory sit beautifully atop the vanity, perfectly complimenting the shape of the bath and adding a sense of softness to the overall design. 


Dosse Studio were intentional about every element in the space, including the timeless brass elements on the mirror frames and wall sconce, which compliment the warm undertones of the brushed nickel tapware and accessories. Showcasing that not every element needs to “match” and can work beautifully together through experience and intention.


The second bathroom follows a similar palette, once again featuring the same large format tiles, basins, vanity and tapware.