Four Rothelowman-designed properties on the market in Melbourne

Established in 1991, the architecture firm has been recognised for creating high-quality, innovative designs across a range of sectors and project types

Four Rothelowman-designed properties on the market in Melbourne
One Coburg Quarter, Coburg. Image: Supplied

A leading national architecture and design practice, Rothelowman’s work serves premier private and public organisations with innovative design thinking across Australia.

Established in 1991, the architecture firm has been recognised for creating high-quality, innovative designs across a range of sectors and project types. These include high-rise, mixed-use towers, residential developments, interiors, hotels and major retail centres.

Rothelowman believes good architecture is critical to the successful evolution of our cities, and their beautiful designs reflect this.

“Our buildings are inspired by the existing context and seek to help define the future. Each building we conceive is an opportunity to respond intelligently to a unique set of circumstances and to improve and redefine the existing built environment”, their website reads.

The firm serves both national and international clients, with a number of projects in the pipeline continuing to enhance the Australian landscape.

Urban takes a look at four Rothelowman-designed projects across Melbourne on the market right now.

1. Canvas, Brunswick
Address: 272 Barkly Street, Brunswick VIC
Two-bedroom apartments $680,000

ID_Land’s collaboration with Rothelowman blends rough and smooth materiality and culminates into a beautiful expression of modern architecture.

“We want to engage with the rich tapestry of built form which has shaped Brunswick into the suburb it is today”, Rothelowman architect Stuart Marsland said.

Paying homage to Brunswick’s industrial past, Canvas’ sculptural façade fits perfectly into Barkly Street. Its industrial form, framed by geometric concrete grids, reinterprets the industrial regeneration of Brunswick.

2. Hawthorn Park, Hawthorn East
Address: 33 Camberwell Road, Hawthorn East VIC
Two-bedroom apartments from $670,000

Delivered by the Dahua Group, Hawthorn Park comprises 368 residences spread across seven floors and five buildings, reimagining the norm of apartment living.

“This campus-style residential development is planned around a Jack Merlo designed parkland, creating a dynamic pedestrian connection between Burwood and Camberwell Road.”

The parkland curated by landscape architect Jack Merlo encompasses approximately 2000 sqm, with amenities including Melbourne’s first sky pool, theatre rooms and a sky lounge.

The home’s feature intelligent floor plans designed for entertaining, floor-to-ceiling windows, large garden balconies and high-end finishes.

3. One Coburg Quarter, Coburg
Address: 11 Urquhart Street, Coburg VIC
One-bedroom apartments from $351,000


One Coburg Quarter is the latest development from Future Estate, situated in Melbourne’s north.

The eight-storey building features 148 apartments with unique features, a residents’ bar, library and sky garden.

One of the most unique elements of the project is that it is bounded on three sides by bluestone walls that are aesthetically typical of late 19th-century prison construction, paying homage to the site's heritage as the former Pentridge Prison.

“Inspired by its context, the strong horizontal manifestation of the bluestone and mortar courses is reflected in the articulation and expression of the new façades," Rothelowman describe the development as.

4. Sky Garden, Glen Waverley
Address: 235 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley
Two-bedroom apartments from $668,000

Delivered by GoldenAge Group, and recently completed, Sky Garden delivers three towers and 555 one, two and three-bedroom apartments to Glen Waverley.

The Rothelowman-designed towers are elevated above the new Glen shopping centre and are architecturally designed to be collegiate, yet each possessing its own distinct character.

"Each building has been expressed as a sculptural form that has evolved and been contextualised to hold a symbiotic relationship with the movement of the podium forms, context and greater retail precinct.”

The spacious apartments offer landscaped terraces with planters, sun lounge, private dining and residents can access a rewards program to retail outlets at the Glen.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

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

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