Australian property designer Crown Group has drawn in Kengo Kuma and grant-winning firm Plus Architecture to plan a $500 million riverside advancement at West End, Brisbane.
It is the gathering’s first advancement in Queensland and will offer extravagant condos, porch homes, and penthouses, just as resort-style offices on 1.25ha of prime waterfront land at 117 Victoria Street.
“Brisbane is an excellent city with rich culture and normal legacy,” says Kuma. “Individuals’ way of life and culture embrace and incorporate nature into their regular day-to-day existences here,” he adds.
His plan will incorporate an enormous open space segment that will give where individuals can associate with each other while appreciating the perspectives, sounds, and climate of the Brisbane waterway.
Kengo Kuma’s previous works remember Suntory Museum of Art for Tokyo, Bamboo Wall House in China, LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy) Group’s Japan base camp, and Tokyo’s Olympic Stadium for the 2020 games. His unique utilization of cedar and lumber presents the common habitat with contemporary metropolitan designs.
“Our purchasers will appreciate the chance to live in Brisbane’s just Kengo Kuma-planned homes,” says administrator and gathering CEO of Crown Group, Iwan Sunito. This is the second time Kuma is dealing with a Crown Group project. The original was 368-unit Mastery by Crown Group at Waterloo, Sydney.