Koichi Takada Architects designed a building in dynamic form. The sculptural project is located on the Australian coastline and is inspired by local pines. The residential building respects the site’s architectural landscape and follows passive design principles.
The structure features balcony slabs that provide shade to the outdoor spaces below while sliding slatted screening gives privacy and protection from the weather conditions.
The 10-story building, designed by the architecture firm from Sydney, includes fifteen apartments, as well as two penthouses where there are rooftop pools. The ground level has a gym, outdoor pool, and sauna.
The main feature of the design was panoramic views using clear lines and only natural materials. The apartment is full of sunlight and offers a 180-degree view of the surrounding landscape: sand, water, trees, and sky.
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