A FEAST FOR THE SENSES
Taking the display home concept one step further, Robina Group have opened an open-air gallery at its $170 million Vue Terrace Homes development on the Gold Coast.
The gallery walk, a vision brought to fruition by landscape architect specialists, Planit Consulting, enables potential buyers to see, feel, listen and smell their way through the new community.
The walk will give a glimpse into the community’s features such as landscaping, private courtyards, the pool and water feature that are part of the central recreation area.
“It is refreshing to see a developer dedicated to not only showcasing the design, interiors and architecture of a project, but the landscaped physical environment that complements it,” Planit Consulting director Boyd Sargeant said.
“Visitors can walk through the open-air gallery and get a glimpse of the surrounding natural environment – they can see the lush landscaping and views, touch and listen to running water and enjoy the natural scents of flowering shrubs and vines.
“The open-air gallery will summarise the landscape treatments of the community through a themed walkway that displays the varying open spaces of the development.”
The gallery ascends to a five metre high viewing deck, offering panoramic views of the city skyline, representing the outlook many of the two-storey terrace homes will have.
Vue Terrace Homes is the single largest residential project undertaken by the Robina Group, a company that has been developing Robina for nearly 40 years. The development has posted $35 million in off-the-plan sales, with 80 per cent of stage one sold and early site preparation and civil works now underway.
Robina Group sales manager Azura Griffen said the open-air landscape gallery elevated the buyers’ experience of the project to an exciting new level. “We wanted to capture what it will feel like to live in the community,” she said.
Vue Terrace Homes has an open air gallery where you can get to know the natural environment. Hear running water and enjoy the scents of flowering shrubs which will be part of the landscape.