Beulah International, Fender Katsalidis and Paul Bangay are recognised innovators of residential design. Together they have created a landmark expression of contemporary living. The Grounds takes inspiration from Sackville Ward’s grand mansions and Federation architecture, then effortlessly transitions for living today with exceptional proportions and highly considered modern appointments.
Architecture has a lavish approach to size and materiality, pairing gracious built silhouettes and elegant gardens. Stately pillars in stone finish and concrete, border terraces to give the building an immense level of depth and solidity. Metallic bronzed capitals highlight linear intersections and form a crowning jewel atop the pillars, adding to the sense of grandeur. An abundance of greenery cascades over terraces and flows across the surrounding environment, articulating the gardenscapes of Kew.
In an elevated location, the 4-level design opens to sweeping vistas of the gardens, city and sky. Below ground, the basement carpark provides secure parking for 2–4 cars per residence and includes bicycle bays, lockable storage and visitor parking.