Three-stories made up of ochre brick, black timber, and aluminium, softened by abundant greenery. From the ground up these materials work together to create a striking façade akin to a warehouse conversion that’s both detached and connected. Above, five-stories of Juliet balconies which create an irregular, asymmetric pattern. While the texture of the ochre bricks contrasts the larger glass and aluminium frame, providing a unique aesthetic that is undeniably representative of the area and the era of warehouses that preceded the newer buildings. A rooftop set back from the edges of the building. A true vantage point that’s hidden from the peering eyes below. A place for afternoons with old friends or rooftop drinks with new ones. Fireplaces and built-in seating for the cooler months, canopies of jasmine and landscaped greenery to create a cooler microclimate in the warmer months.

An open plan design complimented by floor to ceiling, windows. White tiles in the kitchen provide a neutral palette that extends through to the lounge room. The decorating is in your hands. This is a space to reflect your life, a room to reflect your tastes. From capturing the morning sun to utilising the afternoon breeze, these apartments are designed are designed to work with, not against nature’s gifts.

Smart and thoughtful design makes living easy. Built-in-wardrobes provide convenient storage, while the soft carpet under your toes gives it that homely feel. The ensuite is accessible and out of the way, perfect for those busy morning. Private and quiet, a moment to yourself, with your city just a few steps away. You’ll make some of your biggest decisions here.

Status: Complete
Architect: Doig Architecture
Builder: Element Five Builders
Project Manager: Pomeroy Pacific

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