Entertainment areas are directed towards breathtaking taking views; bedrooms provide a retreat with walk-in robes and ensuites; dedicated study rooms draw on natural light and air. In each space, the materials are timeless, calming and neutral, reflecting the greenery of the gardens outside the window and the warmth that every modern home should have. The interiors of the residences are inspired by the building’s gardens and the views of surrounding Melbourne. The building’s iconic greenery acts as a natural control of daylight, shielding the apartments from direct sun during summer while maximising the natural light in winter. From the intuitive design of the kitchen spaces to the resilient surfaces of natural stone, large format porcelain tiles and metal accents, these living spaces have been designed for practical daily use and timeless appeal. Bathrooms and other rooms look out over lush greenery framing the spectacular city views, while earthy tones and natural materials create an environment of restrained organic beauty.
Set to be Australia’s tallest building, STH BNK By Beulah will be a stunning sculptural form composed of two towers defined by twisting geometric glass façades and the highest vertical garden in the world. A world-class multi-use development that sets a benchmark in liveable urban design, it is a city within a city. An ecosystem that is culturally enriching, imbued with a sense of community and belonging. A place where everything is connected and curated. A place to shop, stay, work, visit and learn. A place to get back to nature, among Melbourne’s highest gardens. And, at the end of the day, a place to return home.
STH BNK By Beulah will be an exemplar of biophilic design, an architectural approach that considers how to connect a building’s occupants to nature. Such buildings create healthy environments for a healthier lifestyle through natural landscapes and lighting, ventilation, and sunlight. The precinct’s design achieves this by setting a new standard in vertical urban living through the biophilic design of residences, extensive greenery from the pocket parks to the Sky Garden, and active circulation networks such as the landscaped steps leading to the open-air STH BNK Square. As the residential towers rise into the sky, pocket parks punctuate the building form and create a green oasis for the exclusive use of residents. There is a park for every eight levels, each designed to have its own energy, from active spaces to places of rest and relaxation