French and Australian design collaboration on 383 La Trobe Street, Melbourne landmark

French and Australian design collaboration on 383 La Trobe Street, Melbourne landmark
French and Australian design collaboration on 383 La Trobe Street, Melbourne landmark

The newly approved Architectus and Ateliers Jean Nouvel tower at 383 La Trobe Street is being developed by Sterling Global.

The $700 million mixed-use tower is a design collaboration between French design architect Ateliers Jean Nouvel and local Australian executive architect Architectus.

The 70-storey tower will have 488 one, two and three bedroom residences and a 196-room hotel.

Now that planning approval has been granted, Sterling Global will engage with international hotel operators.

Matthew Smith, the managing principal, Architectus said the striking new mixed-use tower promises to be become a Melbourne landmark, contributing to the city’s artistic nature and cementing its place in the skyline as a centre of design and culture.

Brandon Yeoh, the development director, Sterling Global said 383 La Trobe Street offered one third of its land back to the public, creating a new laneway dotted with a gallery space, cafes, bars, art spaces and a huge digital art installation.

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