New Aussie Condo Makes Waves住进大自然

ZbBZ (Singapore) - - INTELLIGENCE - TEXT DEN­NIS NG / 黄少伟

Aus­tralian de­vel­oper Crown Group’s lat­est res­i­den­tial project is set to make a splash. Called Water­fall by Crown Group, it fea­tures Aus­tralia’s largest man-made water­fall that will cas­cade down seven storeys.

The lux­ury de­vel­op­ment in Syd­ney’s fast-grow­ing Green Square dis­trict com­prises three seven-storey build­ings and an iconic 20-floor sculp­tural tower, which over­looks lush land­scap­ing and wa­ter gar­dens.

Pub­lic art is a key el­e­ment of the project. Artist Mika Ut­zon Popov, grand­son of Syd­ney Opera House ar­chi­tect Jorn Ut­zon, is cre­at­ing a largescale art­work that will adorn se­lected ex­te­rior walls.

The 331 units in­clude stu­dios, apart­ments with one to three bed­rooms, as well as court­yard apart­ments and dou­ble-storey pent­houses. Prices start from about A$650,000 (S$677,379).

Water­fall, lo­cated in the heart of Water­loo, is close to Syd­ney’s cen­tral busi­ness dis­trict and the air­port. Con­struc­tion has started and is tar­geted to com­plete by 2020. 澳大利亚皇冠房产集团近期在悉尼推出高级公寓项目Water­fall by Crown Group。该项目的设计主题围绕大自然,并将打造澳洲最高的人工瀑布(22米,接近七层楼高)。


悉尼歌剧院设计师Jorn Ut­zon的孙子Mika Ut­zon Popov也将以大自然为主题,为新住宅项目创作大型户外作品,为住户带来独一无二的居住体验。


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