Katherine Kalaf Gallery
Completed in November 2004, the Katherine Kalaf Gallery is the first venue in Western Australia exclusively devoted to the promotion and presentation of contemporary jewellery and objects. The gallery is part of a new combined residential and retail development designed by the Hillam group of architects comprising 10 apartments, 2 penthouses and three retail spaces in a mainstream shopping precinct, 800 metres from Cottesloe Beach.
Chosen for its strategic location in Perth’s art, fashion, design and recreation precinct, the development is adjacent to designer shopping to the north and south by Napoleon and Jarrad Streets and is bound by the main conduits between Perth and Fremantle of Stirling Highway and the railway line to the east and west. The location offers extensive passing exposure to users of the rail network and street exposure to local, outer suburban and international visitors drawn to the well known recreational and shopping assets of the area.
The gallery space provides 14 metres of direct street window frontage with an additional 5 × 4 × 1 metres of display window purpose built for video or photographic presentations adjacent to the gallery space.
Entrance Railway Street (opp. the Cottesloe Railway Station).