Partnering with Hayball Architects, Oculus and HIP V. HYPE, the project will deliver a truly biophilic outcome that incorporates native flora and ‘re-wilds’ part of it to a pre-urbanised landscape.
The architectural response by Hayball champions ecological design features like vertical greening that connects the park frontage with the building and private residents’ rooftop garden. Promoting the health and wellbeing of future residents has informed natural material selections, increased natural light in the development’s design and enhanced connections to nature.
A lush biophilic spine through the building’s 20 levels offers resident ‘hide out’ areas for work and recreation amongst green spaces. Cascading green walls will feature prominently throughout corridors, lobbies and terraces.