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Taking the luxuries of house living into an apartment

Posted by Toby Osborne on Jul 5, 2016 1:30:00 PM

Moving into an apartment often means compromising on space and storage, but a new development in Glen Iris is about to raise the standards in apartment living to a new level. The Henderson is a collection of apartments and town homes designed for the owner-occupier in Glen Iris.


"We have carefully fused the convenience of apartment living with the familiar and valued features of a stand-alone house," says David Hockley, architect and director of Orbit Architecture. 




Rooms are spacious, light is drawn in through floor to ceiling windows, passive climate control has been considered in the design and apartments are oriented and designed to maximise comfort and enjoyment. An emphasis on clever storage and outdoor areas also help to bring an additional homely element to these spaces, ensuring you are never left wanting.




Attention to detail is a recurring motif throughout from the use of eco-friendly and more natural paints so that your apartment smells fresh when you move in, to maximising the storage to the point where even the kitchen kickboards become handy drawers. 

Continuing the bespoke nature of The Henderson, and the appreciation of craftsmanship, pendants by local artisan Colin Hopkins are available as an upgrade. 




Capturing the essence of the outdoors, all residences have access to either shared gardens, large terraces or private courtyards with tiered gardens. Private open spaces will have tree canopies and understorey planting of ground covers and grasses with flowers and bright colours. 


To find out more about this project, register your details below or call Caroline on 0415 592 261 for a private appointment. 



Toby Osborne

By: Toby Osborne

Topics: Projects