Koichi Takada Architects - Sydney


All the right unique curves

22 April 2017

Sydney’s harbour front will soon have a new silhouette on the horizon, as the tightly-held suburb of Milsons Point continues to grow. The eight-storey Aqualuna, scheduled for completion next December, is Zone Q Investments’ latest development.
It will consist of 63 boutique apartments, with a total project value expected to reach $155 million.

The eight-storey complex will showcase a design by globally acclaimed Koichi Takada Architects.

Unlike other properties in the area, Aqualuna will feature a unique build, with curves on its external building facade designed to reflect the natural flow of its harbour side location.

Principal architect Koichi Takada said the look was distinctive. “The surrounding buildings are very solid, horizontal and structured, but Aqualuna will connect more with the natural flow of the harbour and the nearby bays,” Mr Takada said. “Inside, there is our signature look, with natural, curved walls and organic forms that are specific to the architectural design.”

Sold through Colliers International, prices for one-bedders (40sq m to 67sq m) are from $900,000 to $2 million. Two-bedders (69sq m to 91sq m) from $2 million to $3 million. Three-beds (92sq m to 94sq m) $2.7 million to $3.5 million. Penthouse prices are available on request.

This article was originally published in The Daily Telegraph Real Estate

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