data, awards, description –
These low-rise residential buildings on Sydney’s lower north shore deliver enviable convenience and quality of living.
Slotting into suburbia Adjoining Newland Park and surrounded by tree-lined streets, Pavilions on the Park fits with suburbia’s smaller built form. Set back from the road, the development’s four buildings stand at just five to seven storeys, reducing their perceived scale. Bricks, sandstone and painted timber reflect the buildings’ surroundings.
Well connected The one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments offer contemporary luxury, accessibility and park views. Living areas flow through floor-to-ceiling glass onto terraces and balconies, and shopping centres, schools, health services, cafes and restaurants and public transport are within walking distance.
The importance of outdoors Thoughtful landscaping ensures residents’ privacy without compromising park views. Additionally, as the ground slopes downwards to the point of residential fencing, the visual confrontation of a barrier is reduced. Indigenous grasses, shrubs and trees at street level also subtly delineate private areas.
- costA$55 million
- GFA30,687 m²
- 2010Winner, Medium Density Development
- Urban Development Institute of Australia (NSW)
news, video, testimonials –
- Press Release: Pavilions on the Park awarded first place at the Urban Development Institute of Australia (NSW) Awards for Excellence