The design features we love about the Auburn Square homes

Designed by acclaimed architects Rothelowman, each apartment has been designed for day-to-day liveability with high-end finishes and premium inclusions.

The design features we love about the Auburn Square homes
Auburn Square's proposed facade. Image: Supplied

Auburn Square is the latest development from Tian An in Sydney’s west, receiving development approval for six mixed-use buildings.

Comprising a total 427 residences in one, two and three-bedroom configurations, the apartments will include nine retail and commercial suites as well as numerous amenities.

Designed by acclaimed architects Rothelowman, each apartment has been designed for day-to-day liveability with high-end finishes and premium inclusions.

Auburn Square apartments feature open concept living and dining areas, offering an overall sense of space.

The design features we love about the Auburn Square homes

The design focus was on increasing natural light through apartment orientation, tiled flooring and deep balconies.

“Large format floor tiling in neutral colours provides a seamless transition from the kitchen through to the living area and out onto the balcony or terrace”, the project marketing reads.

The project’s landscape design has been developed as an integral part of the project.

Designed by Ground Ink, 2,000 sqm of green space will be featured to provide common areas between buildings and a high level of amenity for occupants and local residents.

The design features we love about the Auburn Square homes

Homebuyers will also rejoice at communal spaces on the first-floor podium and on the rooftop terrace.

Communal dining areas, custom-built bench seating, planter beds, barbeque facilities, an outdoor cinema and exercise equipment will feature across the two resident areas.
 

Finishes

Residents at Auburn Square can select between two colour schemes for either a predominantly light or contrasting finish which carries into the bathrooms, cabinetry and flooring.

These colour schemes will run through the whole apartment, according to the project marketing, “including a stylish feature wall that sets the tone for your living, dining, and kitchen spaces.”

You can view the finishes below

Light Scheme

The design features we love about the Auburn Square homes

Contrasting Scheme

The design features we love about the Auburn Square homes

1. Kitchen benchtop and splashback
2. Kitchen joinery – feature shelf
3. Kitchen joinery – island bench
4. Kitchen/ bathroom joinery
5. Floor tile
6. Bathroom wall tiles
7. Bathroom feature tiles
8. Bedroom carpet

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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