Wedged between Parramatta Rd and the M5 motorway in Homebush, the design of this 221-apartment development consists of two north facing buildings addressing the motorway and one south to Parramatta Rd. This unique residential and commercial mixed-use building has received public and council support and approval, progressing the exciting Urban Renewal Strategy for the Parramatta Road corridor.

Dividing the two buildings is a landscaped podium providing amenities for residents and the public. The podium opens the site from east to west, continues onto scattered roof gardens for a heightened skyline experience and stretches out to the proposed council parklands. All apartments achieve natural cross ventilation and ample solar access is a major achievement to most. Communal zones to each level also achieving natural cross-ventilation throughout.

Skinned in an assortment of metallic, prefinished, composite aluminium panels, the boundary facades form a protective ‘shell’ against noise while the textured precast concrete and exposed slab edges of the inward-facing facades articulate a restrained sense of security and structure.


We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which we work, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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