Tony Owen Partners to start construction of luxury CBD apartment block.
September 22nd, 2010
Located adjacent to Hyde Park on Elizabeth Street in Sydney’s CBD, a state-of-the-art 17 storey residential development conceived by Tony Owen Partners has been approved.
With only 19 apartments, each of the Eliza units will feature a unique parametrically designed façade, which responds to the various solar, views and planning conditions on each level.
The design features 2 and 4 bedroom units with panoramic park and harbour views, as well as a 3-storey penthouse with a roof top pool and private elevator.
“For design inspiration we looked to the classics of 20th century classic design to create a world class building for a truly unique site,” said Tony Owen of the design.
This project joins a number of CBD projects designed by Tony Owen Partners, which make use of digital design practices to create innovative solutions to urban architecture.
Developed by Ceerose Pty Ltd, the project is expected to be completed by 2012.
To see another Tony Owen Partners’ project, turn to page 153 of Habitus #9 for a full feature on Bill’s House.
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