Apartment 408 Eden acts as a sanctuary in its bush setting.
A quiet still place for contemplation and inspiration.
An interpretation of a bush cabin to mirror how nature supports a disconnection.
A darker interior, punctuated with light and aspects of nature deliberately departed from the bright interiors of apartments generally offered.
The pattern of the inverted u-shaped off form concrete framing elements on the outside of the building are reflected through the depth of the apartment’s interior.
A restrained, though softer palette of walnut and black veneers has been deliberately composed into a linear pattern of blades and boxes, to contrast with each other as natural materials do in the bush against to hardness of stone.
The 3.5-meter ceiling folds into a highlight, accessing northern light whilst facilitating cross ventilation.
We wanted to explore the potential to design highly personalised spaces within the confines of a vibrant apartment communities.
David Hillam, Design Architect
Felipe Soto, Designer
Jessica Henworth, Interior Designer
Maude Pilot, Interior Designer
Neil Evans, Superintendent
Tom Letherbarrow, Project Architect
Altus, Quantity Surveyor
CADDS, ESD Consultant
Douglas Partners, Geotechnical Consultant
Edge Visionary Living, Developer
Milestone, Building Surveyor
PSS, Strata Surveyor
Stantec, Acoustic Consultant
Stantec, Electrical Consultant
Stantec, Hydraulic Consultant
Stantec, Mechanical Consultant
Stantec, Structural Engineer
Stratagen, Bushfire Consultant
Strategic Fire, Fire Consultant