Inside The Evermore, Southbank apartments designed by Hayball

Inside each residence, the Evermore boasts flexible living spaces that generate a sense of calm

Inside The Evermore, Southbank apartments designed by Hayball
The living and dining room at Evermore. Image supplied

The Evermore, the latest completed development by the Landence Group, features striking architectural design across its two slender towers in Southbank.

Delivering 366 residences in one, two and three-bedroom configurations, the Evermore combines convenient living and considered design.

The building features a unique, folded composition, and a louvred façade designed by Hayball architects that creates a sense of movement while allowing panoramic views from the interior.

Apartment views will range from looking out across Melbourne, Port Philip Bay, or the Yarra Ranges.

The metallic exterior that shimmers champagne and warm copper contributes to the two towers’ individuality, while also influenced by the surrounding Melbourne Milieu.

At ground level, the tower integrates with commercial offerings that enhance the existing streetscape and offer convenience for residents.

A grand lobby has lush, tropical plantings and rich timbered walls, while a staggered ceiling creates a feeling of space and grandeur from above.

“Impressive clear glazed walls mean this oasis in the heart of a busy metropolis is bathed in spectacular natural light by day and warm, inviting lighting by night”, Landence say.

Inside each residence, the Evermore boasts flexible living spaces that generate a sense of calm with considered window locations that flood the apartments with natural light.

Floorplans are spacious, ranging between 60 and 120 square metres of living space, and featuring natural finishes and organic textures, engineered European oak floors and sophisticated colour palettes.

Residents can choose between two classical palettes, differentiated by a choice of dark or light timber flooring with matching veneer cabinetry and metal finish accents.

Kitchens feature stainless steel European appliances, concealed LED-lit marble splashbacks, and reconstituted stone benches.

Bedrooms offer a great sense of retreat, with inviting natural tones, timber-look wardrobes, and ribbed wool carpets.

Stylish bathrooms also include generous storage options with LED-underlit mirror vanities as well as timber-look cabinets that sit below solid surface basins serviced by brass tapware.

The Evermore includes a range of amenities for residents, including courtyard gardens, heated swimming pool, gym, private dining room, communal lounge and cinema rooms.

The Evermore brings Southbank to a whole new level of chic and amenity.

Apartments in The Evermore - 58-66 Dorcas Street, Southbank

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1 bedroom from $455,000
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2 bedrooms from $659,000
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2 bedrooms from $689,000
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3 bedrooms from $990,000
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    97.50m²
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3 bedrooms from $1,208,000
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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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