West End Apartments: An Architectural Design Melbourne Can Be Proud Of

The first apartments have been revealed in the ‘world-class mixed-use retail, residential and leisure precinct’, West End – a project with an architectural design Melbourne can use to remake its West into its own buzzing Brooklyn.

Designed by leading interiors group Carr Design Group is the ‘Adderley’, which comprises of 100 one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses that are considered to be the precinct’s most luxurious and most expensive residences.

Located in West End’s tallest building, spanning 15 levels, the residences boast picture perfect views of the local property in the CBD and Docklands, with oversized floor plans to offer comfortable living and extra high ceilings in the tower apartments.

“The Adderley brings the high end bespoke design we are known for in residential arenas to an apartment setting, creating a truly unique and unexpected home,” Carr Design Group director Sue Carr said.

“The local market is craving something interesting, detailed, classic and timeless but also adventurous and edgy. We looked to the Italian masters and were inspired by bold geometric forms when designing the Adderley.”

West End is currently one of the biggest development projects with prolific architectural design in Melbourne and will remake a 9200 square metre former industrial site into a pulsating hub for living, playing, staying and working. It was designed as a self-sustaining community and combines exemplary residential living across four boutique apartment buildings with the service of an on-site hotel, and the convenience of a myriad of retail and hospitality options, all complemented by extensive private and public relaxation zones.trenerry-property_west-end_in05_adderley_tower_living_620x380

Originally Published by The Urban Developer, continue reading here.


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