Clara Apartments Project Team: Elenberg Fraser (Architecture & Interior Design), Tract Consulting (Landscape) Location: Cnr Clara & Palermo Sts, South Yarra, VIC Expected completion date: June 2011 From the Architects: “Clara makes the connection between the landscape and the built form, with an emphasis on environment through the use of systematic compositions. It is the […]
September 21st, 2009
Project Team: Elenberg Fraser (Architecture & Interior Design), Tract Consulting (Landscape)
Location: Cnr Clara & Palermo Sts, South Yarra, VIC
Expected completion date: June 2011
From the Architects:
“Clara makes the connection between the landscape and the built form, with an emphasis on environment through the use of systematic compositions. It is the development of an ‘environment’ that harmonises built form with landscape, that respects the scale and diversity of the surround, and pays tribute to the hidden garden. Clara is a collaboration between EF, JCB & Tract for R.Corporation.”
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