- Development Type Mixed-use
- Developer Edge Visionary Living
- Site Area 6,442 sqm
- Buildings 2
- West Tower 15 Storeys
- East Tower 17 Storeys
- No. of Residential 240 Apartments
An exciting addition to the portfolio of luxury multi-residential collaborations with Edge Visionary Living, this sophisticated development on the Scarborough foreshore has uninterrupted north-west views of the ocean, Rottnest Island and Trigg bushland. The proposal forms an appropriate and genuine response to its unique coastal context, respectfully integrating itself into the existing urban and natural fabric of the Scarborough beach front.
The form is inspired by the sand dunes that are captured in the surrounding natural landscape with reference to ripples and patterning that are effectively present. The highly considered configuration of apartments grant key view corridors towards the ocean for neighbouring residents, thus allowing for framed views.
Podium edges are softened with recessed planting to create a buffer between private terraces and the public domain along the beach edge. Pedestrian links allow for greatly enhanced pedestrian environments developed through the provision of high quality landscaping in the public realm.
The Dunes embodies the Hillam & Edge commitment to enhance the lifestyles of its residents and achieves its sympathetic design from environmental cues. Residents benefit from the conveniences of an established neighbourhood and resort amenities that complement the myriad outdoor recreational activities the seaside location affords and has been thoughtfully designed to provide residents a chance to achieve the ultimate lifestyle balance. The residences will be bathed in natural light from sunrise to sunset, highlighting the ultimate coastal aesthetic in its bespoke finishes and reiterating what it means to live by the coast.
“The Dunes has been designed to enhance its surrounds. It is a wonderfully elegant addition to one of Australia’s most iconic coastlines.”
– Yohan Renè – Lead Architect, Hillam ArchitectsEnquire