An impression of the incredible gardens and a water feature.
LUSCIOUS gardens, lounges, barbecue areas and fitness zones have been revealed in a sneak peek at the lofty luxury taking shape at The Glen’s Sky Garden development.
Buyers can now get a closer look at the $450 million project, with artist’s impression images showing off details of the apartments and gardens.
Three renowned Melbourne architects — Rothelowman, DKO Architecture and ASPECT Studios — collaborated on the three tower complex, which will contain 555 apartments.
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Artist’s impression images of the building and gardens have been released.
There are 4000sq m of communal gardens.
An indoor pool is also part of the complex.
The new images show the 4000sq m of communal outdoor space that will sit above the shopping centre, which forms the ground floor hub of the development.
Vegetable gardens, children’s play spaces and water features will also be found in the outdoor area, exclusive to residents.
Inside, the apartments have sleek interiors with wooden cabinetry, brass tapware and neutral colours.
“Our overall design approach fosters a connection to the natural environment at every turn — with light-filled spaces, soft finishes and organic textures an ode of Melbourne’s leafy east,” said DKO Architecture’s senior interior designer Brad Preston.
A barbecue and dining area planned for the communal rooftop.
The Sky Garden development is taking shape.
Luxurious cabana lounges will also be part of the garden.
Rothelowman director Shane Roth said the towers — which will stand 10, 11 and 18 storeys — were designed to reflect Glen Waverley.
“The towers’ external forms are cleanly contemporary and vibrant, an embodiment of Glen Waverley itself,” he said.
The architects said they were inspired by the five essential elements in Chinese philosophy: fire, wood, earth, metal and water.
An impression of the kitchen.
The Sky Garden library.
Golden Age Group founder Jeff Xu said the Sky Garden project could be the first of many apartment buildings above major shopping centres in Melbourne.
“The people who are buying our product are buying to live in them, so the quality will be excellent,” he said.
Prices are yet to be finalised, but are expected to start from $480,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and rise to $1.1 million for three-bedroom homes.
Building is expected to begin in mid-2019.
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