Paragon is a residential building on a prized corner of Melbourne’s CBD that tells a multi-layered narrative of the city’s past, present and future.
Built for metropolitan living, its design is about creating a sense of identity for the building and its residents by transforming a piece of the Melbourne cityscape into an urban sanctuary.
Incorporating the iconic facade of the former Melbourne Celtic Club, Paragon juxtaposes the old and the new, while capitalising on a small footprint within an elevated site.
Paragon’s slender profile with refined metal and glass surface treatment rises with the city skyline to make a striking visual statement and deliver a boutique living experience within a high-rise context.
Christian Ong, Project Architect
Cliff Chang, Associate
Craig Baudin, Partner
Delu Pok, Design Architect
James Selleck, Graduate of Architecture
Nicky Drobis, Partner
Wayne King, Associate
Acoustic Logic, Acoustic Consultant
ADP Consulting, Services Consultant
Ark Agency, ESD Consultant
Aurecon, Facade Engineer
Du Chateu Chun, Building Surveyor
JAZ Building Consultants, Accessibility Consultant
John Patrick, Landscape Consultant
Leigh Design, Waste
Lovell Chen, Heritage Consultant
Olsson Fire, Fire Engineer
Paul Bangay, Landscape Consultant
RBA Architects, Heritage Consultant
Robert Bird Group, Civil Consultant
Robert Bird Group, Structural Engineer
RWDI Consulting Engineers & Scientists, Wind
The AGL Group, Pool Consultant
Urbis, Town Planner