Crown Group reveals Arc public art on Clarence Street

Crown Group reveals Arc public art on Clarence Street
Crown Group reveals Arc public art on Clarence Street

Crown Group has revealed the plans for Reflect, a new illuminated public art piece at Arc, its 22-storey residential tower being built at 161-165 Clarence Street in Sydney’s CBD.

Reflect will be created by Ramus Illumination, a collaborative design studio based in Melbourne.

Reflect will be an illuminated sculpture that is suspended across a new laneway connecting Kent and Clarence streets.

The sculpture stretches 12 metres across the atrium from the third to the eighth levels, with a shifting shape inspired by the murmuration of birds and the daily patterns of people as they journey to and from the city.

The artwork is comprised of a steel frame, stainless wires and thousands of LED lights. The form itself is reflective of a path of flight through the air, and the subtly shifting palette of colour and movement in the lights brings an ever-changing energy and life to the atrium sky space.

“Reflect challenges convention and will be an exciting addition to Sydney’s public art collection, one that would reflect the modern city of Sydney,” Iwan Sunito, chairman of Crown Group said. 

Arc by Crown Group reflects the past and the future of Sydney in its heritage-inspired brick podium and contemporary glass tower above,” says Koichi Takada, architects and designer of Arc by Crown Group.

When completed in mid-2018, Arc by Crown Group will offer 220 studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments.

This week Crown Group introduced Arc by Crown Group’s Signature Collection, a limited selection of previously unreleased luxury apartments. It features a selection of 12 one-bedroom-plus- study apartments and a ‘Super Penthouse’.

Crown Group reveals Arc public art on Clarence Street

The Signature Collection at Arc by Crown Group will see prices for one-bedroom apartments range from $1,075,000 - $1,555,000. 

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