An evening of ‘Design & Wine’
Please join us for an intimate evening with Sue Carr, Chris McCue and David Brooks from renowned firm Carr who will discuss the architecture and interiors of Heyington and delve into the details on how to instil a sense of home in the modern apartment living.
Together with Toorak Cellars, we will be serving some iconic Australian and French wines specially curated for Heyington and sharing exclusive insights on cellaring and the benefits of having your own wine fridge.
Date: Wednesday 19 February
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Venue: Heyington display suite, 63 Heyington Place, Toorak
Grazing and refreshments provided, places strictly limited
An intimate evening with Carr
Architects and Kym Lackmann
To celebrate the launch of the newly completed Heyington display suite in Toorak, an intimate evening took place with renowned practice Carr Design alongside Founder and Principal Designer of Luxe Domain, Kym Lackmann.
Speaking to the project’s architecture and interiors, guests of the evening heard from Sue Carr herself, alongside Director of Architecture Chris McCue and Associate David Brooks, with Kym Lackmann speaking to the Art of Luxury Downsizing.
From Paris to Provence,
In November, the iconic Paris to Provence festival returned to Como House for its 11th year. As part of the festival, Heyington hosted its very own Hidden Cocktail Bar, providing guests with the chance to unwind in the picturesque and lush surrounds of Como House. The Hidden Cocktail Bar menu consisted of tailor-made cocktails including crowd favourite, the Heyington Highball; a tall, refreshing cocktail full of botanicals and of course, refined by nature.
A French-Inspired evening also took place at the Heyington display suite in Toorak alongside major sponsors of the festival - Mercedes-Benz Toorak, Emperor Champagne and Milk the Cow.
Gaggenau and French-chef Romu
Oudeyer cook up a storm
To round out a successful year, the Heyington display suite hosted a French-inspired evening in collaboration with The Luxury Network, Gaggenau and French Chef Romu Oudeyer.
For over three centuries, Gaggenau has been a top-tier brand for innovative and revolutionary home appliances and what better way to showcase these products than with a cooking demonstration by a Michelin-trained chef.