New South Wales
Located in Sydney’s Rose Bay, Constantia is a boutique development of twelve, three-bedroom residences. The project was designed with a luxury market in mind, paying tribute to the strong art deco tradition of the surrounding suburb. In collaboration with Charas Constructions, MHNDU have designed a multi-residential block that blends seamlessly into the low-rise, suburban context while also being architecturally expressive and unique.
Conceptually drawing upon the rich art deco heritage of the area, we have aimed for a modern twist, avoiding an overtly historic appearance. The final design aims to straddle across architectural periods, incorporating elements of art deco while maintaining a modern authenticity. Internally, the building caters to cater to modern tastes and lifestyle requirements, with a generous scale and seamless indoor-outdoor continuity.
Michael Waterman, Design Architect
Richard Storey, Documentation Architect
Xiaoran Ding, Design Architect
Ronald Wibisono, Graduate of Architecture
Koikas Acoustics Pty Ltd, Acoustic Consultant
Charas Constructions Pty Ltd, Developer
Cardno Pty Ltd, Structure/Electrical/Mechancial/Hydraulic/Civil Consultants
Sprout Landscape Architecture Pty Ltd, Landscape Consultant
Poco Design, Interior Designer