“Nature teaches us that there is more to architecture than the creation of beautiful forms, it must involve all our sense” – Koichi Takada
A soft breeze
Sky at One Central Park floats high above the city with spectacular views and an organic ethos that extends from the hanging gardens that frame the view to the natural textures found in every detail.
Koichi Takada has crafted Sky’s interiors, layering colour and texture onto Jean Nouvel’s inspired architecture. With past projects spanning Australia, Japan, Europe and the Middle-East, Koichi Takada brings a refined Japanese sensibility to Sky’s interiors. His innate understanding of texture, light and human scale gives the elegantly proportioned penthouse and sub-penthouse apartments an ethereal quality, complementing the dynamism of the exterior architecture.
Interiors are sculpted through the use of abundant natural light, expansive views and free-flowing spaces. Natural and sustainable materials such as stone, marble and timber support an organic ambience that flows from room to room.
Three colour schemes capture the shifting light. Dawn reflects the soft light of early morning. Daylight embraces a bright palette of saturated natural light. Twilight is moodier, evoking warm, rich and romantic interiors. Timber veneer or high gloss polyurethane finishes customise each home and define the colour schemes.
Superbly crafted, the penthouses offer an intimate retreat from urban life, yet are connected to Chippendale Green at the heart of Central Park via the vertical gardens stretching up from the park over the skin of the building and into the apartments.