K2Ld Architects

Quest boosts an expanding Burwood Highway development scene

Burwood Highway's strengthening apartment market will soon be underscored by a new multi-level Quest Apartment Hotel development. Crema Constructions has been anointed as the builder of choice for the project that has an estimated completion date of February 2019. At 315-319 Burwood Highway, the K2LD Architects-designed Burwood East accommodation replaces an earlier purely residential design of roughly 100 apartments that was created by Plus...

Children at the heart of the school design process

When K2LD Architects were commissioned to design a new school in Bendigo they turned to the students for inspiration. Armed with crayons, it wasn't long before the limitations of architecture and design were being tested with notions of space ships, floating desks and lickable wallpaper. After a great deal of sketching, the children collectively decided that it was only fitting their new school, which is located on Maple Street in the Bendigo...

New Ibis and Novotel hotels for Melbourne's CBD

Recall last year that Urban Melbourne ran dual pieces highlighting the forthcoming wave of 5,000 plus new hotel suites located within City of Melbourne. With the majority of those rooms in planning at the time, these new suites were predominantly located within large scale mixed-use towers championed by developers with Asian-based expertise and finance. All indicators since have suggested inner Melbourne is suffering from a shortage of hotel...

Nest the latest at Doncaster Hill

The latest entrant into the bustling Doncaster Hill apartment market has unveiled itself with Nest at the Hill due for its public launch in coming weeks. A collaboration between established Singaporean developer Sin Heng Chan and architecture firm K2LD, Nest at the Hill located at 642-654 Doncaster Road will deliver 249 apartments and four townhouses. Split between 40 one-bedroom, 180 two-bedroom and 29 three-bedroom apartments, Nest at the Hill...

399 Little Lonsdale Street hits the heights

An existing development site has resurfaced seeking approval for a revised planning scheme that would inject a new 199 metre tower into central Melbourne, while also adding two new hotels into the rampant Melbourne market. Gone is the Peddle Thorp-designed 39 level apartment tower with 219 dwellings, replaced by a sleek 56 level tower comprising apartments and 447 new hotel suites. Conceived for Melbourne-based Riverside Properties Pty Ltd , 399...