Aqualand's mixed-use North Sydney project

Aqualand's mixed-use North Sydney project
Aqualand's mixed-use North Sydney project

The multi-use development on 168 Walker Street in North Sydney is to reach 27 storeys and house 415 luxury apartments, ground floor retail, commercial suites and a six level carpark.

The property, designed by Woods Bagot will be built to reflect the light off Sydney Harbour with apartments connected by two interconnected lobbies.

Woods Bagot lifestyle sector leader Richard Weinman said the ground plane program is designed to respond to the curvilinear energy of the build form and the tree lined streets that define North Sydney; it presents an organic response to the surrounding landscape.”

"The design conceptualises the deep tree-lined landscape that is currently characteristic to the Walker & McLaren Streetscape. 

“The floor plates are designed as a set of interconnected ‘leaves’. The corridor links connecting these leaves act as light shafts separating the residential pods to further break down the scale of the tower forms. The towers are further articulated with a pinched form and softened with curved glass edges.

"The intention was to create the effect of light shining through the leaves of a branch."

Apartments will feature floor to ceiling glass with wintergardens to provide flexible outdoor and indoor space.

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