Rothelowman-designed development wins big at UDIA awards

Rothelowman-designed development wins big at UDIA awards
Rothelowman-designed development wins big at UDIA awards

The national architecture firm Rothelowman has won the prestigious President's Award at the 2016 National Urban Development Institure of Australia (UDIA) Awards for Excellence.

They won the award for a mixed-use Abbotsford apartment development.

Developed by Hamton and ISPT, the three-stage project has been planned to include premium facilities such as a rooftop cinema, lobby bars and a health and wellbeing centre.

Rothelowman, working closely with the client and council, integrated the riverfront in their design by allowing public access through the centre of the site to the bank of the Yarra River. 

Rothelowman principal Chris Hayton said that Eden (above), Haven and Sanctuary (the three stages) have added high quality and a meaningful public space to the existing urban fabric of Abbotsford.

The project also won the national award in the High Density Housing category and previously won awards in the categories of Master Planned Developments and High Density Developments in last years Victorian UDIA awards.

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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