“ Seamless design and spectacular views ”
Mark Damant, Principal, Woods Bagot
Gardenhill is defined by its sweeping curve and distinctive exterior of trellis screens. Residents can easily adjust these innovative screens from their balconies to control their preferred levels of privacy and direct sunlight. Once shut, the screens transform balconies into outdoor living rooms.
Your private sanctuary
Graceful design and impeccable style
The interiors of Gardenhill are designed around shared spaces. Each residence features large timber panels, which neatly screen the kitchen and bedroom areas.The premium finishes of Gardenhill embrace natural materials for a rich sensory experience, connecting residents with nature through earthy tones, the texture of stone and the fine grain of timber.
A sophisticated neutral palette throughout with subtle variations in tone creates a beautiful foundation for a personal touch.
Innovative screens for personal configuration
Many residences features large sliding timber panels that offer the convenience of closing off the kitchen after a relaxed dinner party with friends or separating the bedrooms and bathrooms from the living space to create a sophisticated and clean entertaining area. These innovative architectural features create an effortless flexibility of space without sacrificing functionality of individual rooms. The sliding panels create clean lines and an uncluttered aesthetic, drawing the eye to the expansive views outside.
Premium finishes and natural materials
Inspired kitchen design with Adam D’Sylva
The kitchens have been designed in collaboration with award-winning chef, Adam D’Sylva, who drew inspiration from the best kitchens across the globe. Stylish fittings and fixtures and premium European appliances are integrated into beautifully crafted joinery in every residence. White stone benchtops, a marble tile splashback and soft-closing drawers add a detailed textural layer to these elegant spaces.
On top of the world
Verdant gardens with spectacular views
The award-winning Jack Merlo Design practice has created an exquisite rooftop space where residents can use the gardens at the same time while still enjoying a sense of privacy. Three outdoor dining areas with barbeques, built-in seating and dining tables lead to an expansive lawn area with seating pods nestled into a landscaped garden.
At ground level, generous plant beds and a row of magnolia trees line a finely manicured lawn positioned to enjoy maximum sunlight and designed for play, exercise or quiet reflection. Residents will also have access to a securely fenced, off lead dog park - a first of its kind in Australian apartment history. The dog park will be equipped with necessary amenities to ensure the needs of four legged companions are met, while pet owners and dog lovers can socialise in a relaxed setting.