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Completion of Upper House

Dramatic architectural features inspired by nature, create an evocative design statement, incorporating dancing balconies, architectural ribbons and Australia’s first double-storey rooftop club.

South Brisbane’s tallest building opens its doors.

After much anticipation, Upper House is finally complete. A collaboration between Koichi Takada Architects and Aria Property Group, the 30 storey building is now operating and offering residents a suite of five-star amenities including; wellness centre, gymnasium, lounge area, library and private dining and entertainment spaces. Residents and their guests can also enjoy access to Australia’s first ever double-storey rooftop club which delivers stunning views across Brisbane, Australia.

Residents can spend the day basking in the fresh air of the Upper Club pool, relax among tropical landscaping sheltered by the natural timber pergola or enjoy drinks under dappled sunlight from within one of the two “nests” for an unrivaled place to unwind.

Upper House offers a range of spacious, well-appointed one, two and three bedroom apartments, an electric vehicle fleet and concierge services to deliver all the luxury of a 6-star hotel at home.


Upper House features Judy Watson’s artwork, ‘bloodlines weaving string and water’ (2023). Photo by Tom Ferguson.
Judy Watson artwork, ‘bloodlines weaving string and water’ (2023). Photo by Tom Ferguson.
Rejuvenating waters of the Wellness Club. Photo by Tom Ferguson.
Gym amenities at Upper House are elevated by unique sightlines to nature. Photo by Tom Ferguson.
Amenities are oriented to capitalise on the views across the South Brisbane CBD. Photo by Tom Ferguson.
Upper Club luxury lounge space. Photo by Tom Ferguson.
Bookable boardroom. Photo by Tom Ferguson.
Upper House pool and “nest” that spans the two levels. Photo by Tom Ferguson.