Basking in sunshine, the seven sweeping residences are crowned by a full-floor penthouse with its own private rooftop terrace. All have at least two car parks contained within private lock-up garages. Designed by MHNDU, the architecture pays homage to the Art Deco period, with a thick masonry and curved expression that exudes grace, gravity and permanence. Construction is already underway by Lords Group; set to be complete by early 2022.
“There’s a recurring linear texture echoed around the apartment through fluted glass and routed stone. This is referenced from the architecture where fluted stone clads the façade.”
Jo Lawless, Director, Lawless & Meyerson
Home-like in scale and consideration, each interior is unique. Bedrooms in standalone wings and large kitchen/living areas create hugely liveable spaces. Views towards the mature gardens by Wyer & Co. bring the beauty of the surrounding landscape indoors. It’s a breezy feeling, one echoed in the layered natural materials and tranquil palette in the Lawless & Meyerson interiors.
By modelling what parts of the building receive direct sunlight at different times of day, our architects have made adjustments to the façade and ensure living spaces are orientated to capitalise on solar access. This modelling is also run over different seasons to highlight any adjustments that can be made that will invite more sunlight throughout the winter months, and provide protection in summer. Ensuring the building is comfortable and efficient to heat and cool year-round.